CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Jobcase, the only social media site dedicated to empowering the American workforce, has been named a finalist in the Boston Business Journal's Best Places to Work award program. This recognition comes at a time of significant growth for the Company, which has expanded its team with 20 new employees so far this year.
Jobcase, which launched earlier this spring, is a social media platform that provides jobseekers with a combination of community, curated career-building resources, and job search and management tools – all aggregated in one place to help people deal with the complexity, noise and churn of the modern career and job market.
"Being recognized as one of the top places to work in Boston, and a finalist for the award in our category, is an honor, particularly during a time when we are experiencing rapid growth," said Fred Goff, founder and CEO of Jobcase. "Jobcase was formed with a vision of empowering America's workers. It's important to all of us at Jobcase that we practice what we preach, so it's really rewarding to know that Jobcase employees love working at Jobcase as much as they love serving our membership."
The Boston Business Journal's Best Places to Work award honors companies creating the most enjoyable and meaningful work environments, based on anonymous employee surveys collected from companies in and around the Boston area. Jobcase was recognized in the small business category in the list of 80 total companies. This year's Best Places to Work honorees will be recognized during the 13th annual Best Places to Work event, scheduled for June 18th at the Citi Performing Arts Center.
One of the Boston area's fastest growing technology companies, Jobcase is the only social media site dedicated to empowering America's workforce. Available online and through an app, Jobcase provides one place to manage all things job-related, especially access to the knowledge, connections and wisdom of 40 million other Jobcasers. Jobcase is an industry affiliated partner of MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, CSAIL, and Jobcase technology powers over 100 job sites, connecting more than 40 million workers and employers. For more information on Jobcase, visit www.Jobcase.com.