Company boasts 130 remote employees across 28 states and three continents with a plan to double headcount by the end of 2022
ChartHop, the leading innovator in people analytics, announces recognition as one of the Best Remote Companies to Work For by Built In. The annual Best Places to Work awards program includes companies of all sizes, from startups to those in the enterprise, and honors both remote-first employers as well as companies in the eight largest tech markets across the U.S.
“ChartHop was founded on the idea that great companies are built when the right people are in the right positions, no matter where they’re located. This is why we’re committed to maintaining a remote-first culture,” said Ian White, ChartHop founder and CEO. “Earning recognition as one of the best remote companies to work for emphasizes our commitment to our culture, our employees, and those who will join our team in the future.”
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Built In determines the winners of Best Places to Work based on an algorithm, using company data about compensation, benefits and companywide programming. To reflect the benefits candidates are searching for more frequently on Built In, the program also weighs criteria like remote and flexible work opportunities, programs for DEI and other people-first cultural offerings.
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“It is my honor to extend congratulations to the 2022 Best Places to Work winners,” says Sheridan Orr, Chief Marketing Officer, Built In. “This year saw a record number of entrants — and the past two years fundamentally changed what tech professionals want from work. These honorees have risen to the challenge, evolving to deliver employee experiences that provide the meaning and purpose today’s tech professionals seek.”
ChartHop currently has several remote positions available, including customer success, engineering, sales and marketing.
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