LevelUp Ranked #1 Best Place to Work by Boston Business Journal

Ask any LevelUp employee if they like their job. More than likely, you’ll receive an enthusiastic “yes”.  Whether it’s the fully-stocked snack closet, our ability to help leading restaurant brands develop standout mobile solutions or the pup-ployees – it’s clear that the LevelUp team loves what they do. And now, others are taking notice: LevelUp was named the #1 Best Place to Work among mid-sized companies by the Boston Business Journal.

The selection process was launched by the BBJ in conjunction with employee-performance research firm Quantum Workplace. Participating companies were asked to fill out an online survey, asking them to rate their respective work environment, work-life balance, job satisfaction, advancement opportunities, management, compensation and benefits.

“The BBJ’s Best Places to Work awards program is one of our most competitive programs in terms of how many companies participate each year and always one of our most successful in terms of how many people attend our awards event,” said Carolyn M. Jones, the Boston Business Journal Market President and Publisher. “This year well over 350 companies submitted surveys and once again we are extremely excited to be able to recognize these employers that clearly value their employees and go the extra mile to create great workplaces.”

It is such an honor to be recognized for the community that we’ve worked so hard to build at LevelUp. But, that’s only 1 of the 6 key factors that makes us a leading restaurant app provider! Download our eBook to access the other 5 factors you should look out for when choosing an app provider for your restaurant.

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Jackie Cooke

Jackie Cooke

Jacqueline Cooke is the Marketing Communications Manager at LevelUp. She's a firm believer in the power of avocado toast and chocolate chip banana pancakes. When she’s not trying out LevelUp partner restaurants (hello, Dig Inn!) you can find her dreaming up travel plans, trying out a new workout class or listening to her laundry list of podcasts.