UserTesting, a leading provider of on-demand human insights, announced it has been named to the Fortune Magazine Best Workplaces in Technology list and, for the second consecutive year, earning a spot on the Financial Times Americas’ Fastest-Growing Companies 2021 list. In addition, UserTesting was recognized as one of San Francisco Business Times Best Places to Work; Bay Area Workplace Wellness Award recipients for midsized companies.
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“We are proud to be recognized as a leading company by Fortune, and the San Francisco Business Times, and as a fastest growing company by the Financial Times.”
For Fortune Magazine’s Best Workplaces in Technology, 95 percent of UserTesting’s employees stated it is a great place to work, compared to 59 percent of employees in a typical U.S.-based company. Additionally, 99 percent of employees said they are proud to tell others they work at UserTesting. A large part of this sentiment is attributed to 97 percent of employees feeling that management is honest and ethical in its business practices.
This year UserTesting received the following workplace and business growth awards:
- Fortune Best Workplaces in the Bay Area 2021
- Fortune Best Workplaces in Technology 2021
- San Francisco Business Times: Best Places to Work: Bay Area Workplace Wellness Award
- Built In 100 Best Places to Work in San Francisco
- Built In 50 Companies with the Best Benefits in San Francisco
- Financial Times: The Americas’ Fastest-Growing Companies
“Our company values include being kind, placing customers first, driving results, keeping it simple, and always working to get better. The entire company embodies these values, and it leads to strong team cohesion in the workplace that drives great employee satisfaction,” said Carol MacKinlay, Chief People Officer at UserTesting. “We are proud to be recognized as a leading company by Fortune, and the San Francisco Business Times, and as a fastest growing company by the Financial Times.”
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