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Outside Magazine and ColoradoBiz Magazine Recognize ReadyTalk as Best Place to Work

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Outside Magazine Best Places to Work 2012We are committed to building a sustainably great company that is known for great products and outstanding customer service. Engaged employees are the key to our company’s success, so we work hard to make sure that ReadyTalk is a place where people enjoy their work, are engaged and feel appreciated.

-          Dan King, ReadyTalk CEO

 

This week, ReadyTalk’s culture and workplace was recognized as a top place to work. Twice.

Yesterday, Outside Magazine released their annual list of Top Places to Work. ReadyTalk was ranked first! On Friday, for the second consecutive year, ColoradoBiz magazine recognized ReadyTalk as the Best Company to Work For in Colorado.

If that wasn’t exciting enough, we are proud to work with companies that are culturally aligned; several of our customers made the lists too. Congratulations to, Rally SoftwareNatureBridgeTrackViaExclusive Resorts, and ReturnPath.

ReadyTalk offers great benefits like paid health care, 401K and employee stock options. But in addition to those traditional benefits, employees enjoy unique health and wellness perks like:

  • Office bikes for running downtown errands
  • Yoga offered twice a week
  • On-site gym and locker room
  • Wellness programs, including massage, acupuncture and chiropractor, offered in the office
  • Kitchens stocked with snacks, fruits and vegetables

The culture at ReadyTalk centers around creating an environment that fosters collaboration among both employees and customers. Autonomy is also an important component of the ReadyTalk culture. In fact, a labs program allows engineers to spend 20 percent of their time on self-directed projects and other departments have incorporated similar programs.

ReadyTalk continues to hire regularly and plans to add 30 employees this year with a heavy focus on software developers. If you are interested in working at ReadyTalk, visit the careers page.


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