SendGrid, Inc. (NYSE:SEND), a leading digital communications platform, today announced that it was ranked eighth among Comparably’s Top 50 Best Places to Work list for small and midsize companies. SendGrid’s CEO Sameer Dholakia was also ranked number one on the list of Best CEOs from small and mid-size companies and the company was included in the top 25 lists for Best Companies for Diversity, Best Companies for Women, Best Team Cultures, Best Company Leaders, Best Companies for Engineering, Best Companies for Perks and Benefits, Best Company Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS), Companies With the Best Future Outlooks and Best Paying Companies among small and midsize companies, according to employees.
“We are humbled and honored to be named a top place to work by Comparably among several other awards, not limited to, our culture, CEO, leadership team, compensation and environment for diverse candidates and women,” said Pattie Money, Chief People Officer at SendGrid. “We can, without question, attribute these accolades to our 4H culture of being Happy, Hungry, Humble and Honest. It’s inspiring to see that the efforts by all to create an environment where Gridders are enabled to do their best work and bring their whole selves to SendGrid is making an impact.”
Comparably also ranked SendGrid as:
- One of the top rated eNPS scores in Denver CO
- Best in overall culture ratings in Denver, CO across companies of similar size
- One of the top five executive teams in Denver, CO
“Comparably’s annual best workplaces lists showcase the best overall companies in critical categories as rated by their own employees,” said Jason Nazar, CEO of Comparably. “Team members leave comprehensive ratings and reviews to help Comparably determine the most in-depth and accurate account of the best places to work. SendGrid’s inclusion on several of our most prestigious lists is a reflection of its stellar culture, leaders, talent, compensation and benefits.”
To learn more about the Comparably rankings, click here.
Comparably’s “Best Of” lists are derived from sentiment ratings provided by employees who anonymously rated their employers on Comparably.com during the 2017 eligibility period (1/1/17– 11/17/17). There were no fees or costs associated with participating, nor was nomination required. Comparably is a compensation, culture and career monitoring website whose mission is “to provide the most accurate and comprehensive compensation and culture data, to understand employees’ true value and needs to make work better.”