LogDNA Named to Fortune Best Small and Medium Workplaces List for Second Consecutive Year
LogDNA, the leading log management solution for teams that embrace DevOps, announced it was selected by Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine as one of the 2021 Best Small & Medium Workplaces™. This is LogDNA’s second time being named to this prestigious list.
Congrats to @LogDNA for being named by @GPTW_US and @FortuneMagazine as one of the 2021 Best Small & Medium Workplaces for the second consecutive year.
Earning a spot means that LogDNA is one of the best companies to work for in the US. In fact, 96% of employees at LogDNA say it is a great place to work, compared to 59% of employees at a typical US-based company.
“Taking care of our employees is deeply important to LogDNA leadership. This award shows that in the midst of an unpredictable year, our employees told the world that working at LogDNA was a positive experience,” said Tucker Callaway, CEO of LogDNA. “The pandemic reinforced how important our focus on culture has been in building a thriving, resilient business. Now, LogDNA is at a point of massive growth, and we are doubling down on our investments in our people. It is our vision to create and sustain a cohesive, high-performing culture where everyone is supported.”
LogDNA is a remote-first company with employees across the globe who come together each day to build a product that makes developers’ lives better. The company works to create an environment where:
- People have the opportunities and resources to do their best work and grow their careers;
- Teammates can achieve outstanding business results together;
- Teams are made stronger by individuals’ differences, compassion, and desire to grow;
- Employees are champions for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the community.
LogDNA’s guiding principles include commitments to work-life balance, freedom and flexibility, productivity and impact, well-being, work satisfaction, and diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). LogDNA’s new Director of Talent Acquisition Anna-Marie Gutierrez-Lee has set new goals for improving DEI efforts. The company has also created Employee Resource Groups to celebrate the diversity of employees and provide opportunities to engage with the communities that built them. A few examples include Women in Tech, PrideDNA, and LogDNA’s Asian Pacific Society.
In addition to being Great Place to Work Certified for two consecutive years, LogDNA was also selected as a Y Combinator Top Company for the second time. Together, the companies on July’s list are valued at more than $400 billion and have created more than 70,000 full-time jobs. LogDNA is growing quickly with nearly 20 job positions open across nearly every area of business.