PitchBook, the preeminent data supplier for the private and public equity markets, announced today that it has been named one of Washington’s Best Workplaces by the Puget Sound Business Journal (PSBJ) in the Extra Large category of companies with more than 500 workers in Washington. Employee satisfaction surveys, which examine benefit offers, leadership transparency, workplace perks, and other factors, are used to choose and rank recipients. PitchBook, an eighth-time winner, was ranked 15th in the 2022 list.
The Best Workplaces award considers 30 characteristics from six categories, including communication and resources, leadership trust, team dynamics, personal involvement, and more. Employers on the Best Places to Work lists are decided by a survey done by Quantum Workplace, which is widely acknowledged as a leader in this sort of research. PSBJ recognises the firms on these lists for continually touting client loyalty and profitability.
“At PitchBook, we are purposeful in our objective of helping people win, and we are able to do so by working together to create an atmosphere that is inclusive, supportive, and supports personal and professional growth,” said John Gabbert, PitchBook’s founder and CEO. “Being ranked 15th on PSBJ’s list is a credit to the whole PitchBook team, and I’m extremely pleased of what we’re doing together every day.”
PitchBook employs nearly 1,500 people worldwide, including offices in Seattle, New York, San Francisco, London, and Hong Kong. The PitchBook Platform provides an all-in-one research and analysis tool for investment and research professionals, including VC and PE firms, corporate development teams, investment banks, LPs, lenders, law firms, and accounting firms, by providing unprecedented access to the private and public equity markets.
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