BOSTON, June 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- LevelUp, the growth engine for restaurants, today announced it has been named to the Boston Business Journal's Best Places to Work list, ranking #1 in the Medium Size Company category among 80 total honorees for the second year in a row. Winners and rankings were determined by employee surveys and scoring of responses in partnership with Quantum Workplace. The publication will feature the honorees in a special section in its June 22nd edition.
"The rapid and continued growth at LevelUp is a direct result of our hardworking and talented team," said Seth Priebatsch, founder and CEO, LevelUp. "We are honored to be recognized as a Best Place to Work by the Boston Business Journal, and will work to ensure our culture continues to lead the way in inclusivity, diversity and team engagement as we help our restaurant partners succeed."
The winners and their final rankings were determined by Quantum Workplace, which conducted an online survey of the employees for each company asking them to rate their respective work environment, work-life balance, job satisfaction, advancement opportunities, management, compensation and benefits.
LevelUp stresses a culture of transparency and teamwork at its office of more than 200 employees based in Boston. Seth holds quarterly all-company meetings to share goals, progress, success, and setbacks as a way to maintain radical transparency and a unified goal across the company. In addition to employee perks like flexible hours, free lunches and fun outlets like a ping-pong table in the office, LevelUp is heavily involved in volunteering with Boston-based charities including the Greater Boston Food Bank, Rosie's Place and Community Servings.
LevelUp's accomplishments have been recognized by a number of publications and industry organizations. The Company was named in the Top 10 Boston Globe Best Places to work in 2017, and has been named a finalist for MITX and BostInno awards in the past year.
LevelUp connects restaurants and guests with a seamless customer experience that blends analytics, loyalty, and rewards. LevelUp brings its technology to market in multiple ways: embedded into partner restaurant apps to provide a full-stack customer engagement solution; via an open developer platform that powers over 200 mobile apps and 50,000 locations; and through the LevelUp's partner distribution channels, which let consumers order ahead and avoid the line at their favorite lunch spots using the apps already on their phone. Based in Boston, MA, LevelUp is backed by leading investors such as Google Ventures, Highland Capital and JPMorgan Chase.