Tech companies reign in Business Journal’s list of best places to work
The Los Angeles Business Journal released their 2016 list of best places to work in LA yesterday, and tech startups of all shapes and sizes were well-represented. The list made it clear that companies are evolving to offer their employees a better work-life balance, while still acknowledging that there’s a lot of hard work to be done. This approach is very much a departure from the ping pong table/massage chair method of retaining employees that was popular a few years ago.
While its neighbor Venice might get all the buzz due to Snapchat, El Segundo was well represented on the list this year, with Wpromote, Centerfield and Prodege making the list at #14, #15 and #18, respectively.