|By Business Wire||
|May 1, 2014 02:16 PM EDT||
Leading technology media company TechTarget, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTGT) today announces it has once again been recognized by the Boston Business Journal as one of the Best Places to Work in Massachusetts. The honor recognizes TechTarget’s achievements in creating a positive work environment that attracts and retains employees through a combination of employee satisfaction, working conditions and company culture. Other companies recognized in this year’s list include: Comcast, Digitas, Kronos, and Microsoft.
This recognition marks the seventh time TechTarget has been named by the Boston Business Journal as one of the “Best Places to Work”. TechTarget was recognized as one of the top 20 large companies and was one of over 400 companies to qualify for consideration based on a two-stage nomination process and the results of employee-satisfaction surveys taken throughout March and April.
"We are proud to once again be recognized as one of the best places to work in Massachusetts," said Arden Port, TechTarget’s Senior Vice President of Human Resources. "TechTarget continues to be committed to providing the type of workplace that allows our employees to thrive. Our environment of mutual respect, support and flexibility fosters a true balance between work and personal life, allowing our hard-working team of people to build very rewarding careers.”
“Our Best Places to Work event recognizes the importance of cultivating a great workplace culture as a competitive advantage," said Chris McIntosh, Publisher of the Boston Business Journal. "Companies on our list can be justifiably proud of creating a high level of workplace satisfaction during an economy where traditional rewards like big raises and bonuses aren't as easy to give. In good times and in bad, our results validate how the creation of the right corporate culture can create powerful business advantages. Employees are proud to work for companies that are about more than just business.”
TechTarget (NASDAQ: TTGT) is the online intersection of serious technology buyers, targeted technical content and technology providers worldwide. Our extensive network of online and social media, powered by TechTarget’s Activity Intelligence™ platform, redefines how technology marketers view and engage technology buyers based on their active projects, specific technical priorities and business needs. With more than 120 technology-specific websites and a wide selection of custom advertising, branding, lead generation, and sales enablement solutions, TechTarget delivers unparalleled reach and innovative opportunities to drive technology marketing success around the world.
TechTarget has offices in Atlanta, Beijing, Boston, Cincinnati, London, Munich, Paris, San Francisco, Singapore and Sydney.
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