Allego Recognized by Boston Business Journal as a Best Place to Work for Third Year In a Row
Commitment to employee engagement and satisfaction places Allego as a top-scoring company in Greater Boston area
Needham, MA – (October 1, 2020) – Allego, provider of the market-leading learning and enablement platform for sales and other business-critical teams, today announced it has been named as a Boston Business Journal 2020 Best Places to Work honoree. The BBJ’s Best Places to Work program is an exclusive ranking of the Massachusetts companies that have built outstanding work environments for their people. Winners are selected based on high scores from employee attitude and satisfaction survey results.
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“This year has been full of challenges and obstacles for everyone, but our commitment to employee wellbeing and job satisfaction remain top priorities for the entire organization,” said Yuchun Lee, CEO and co-founder of Allego. “Being recognized by the Boston Business Journal for the third year in a row is a truly outstanding accolade and reaffirms our commitment to creating a culture based on hard work, fun, transparency, accountability and continuous learning.”
The 165 businesses that met criteria for office location and size participated in employee-engagement surveys distributed by Boston Business Journal partner Quantum Workplace. Employees were asked to rate their work environment, work-life balance, job satisfaction, advancement opportunities, management, compensation and benefits.
“These are challenging days for businesses and their employees,” said Carolyn Jones, Boston Business Journal market president and publisher, “and the companies that appear on this year’s Best Places to Work lists — our 18th year of honoring such companies — are leading the way as the region’s top workplaces.”
In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, the BBJ recognized this year’s 79 honorees at a virtual celebration on September 30. In addition, a Best Places to Work special issue is scheduled to be published in the Oct. 2 Weekly Edition of the Boston Business Journal.
This recognition from the Boston Business Journal is yet another accolade confirming Allego’s ongoing commitment to its employees. Earlier this year Allego was named a 2020 Best Workplace by Inc. Magazine, and Selling Power included the company on its 50 Best Companies to Sell For list.
For the full list of 2020 BBJ Best Places to Work honorees, visit: https://www.bizjournals.com/boston/news/2020/06/16/bbj-reveals-2020-best-places-to-work.html
To learn more about career opportunities at Allego, and get additional information on our mission and core values, please visit: https://www.allego.com/about/careers/
About Allego, Inc.
Allego’s modern learning and enablement platform ensures that sales reps and other business-critical employees have the skills and timely knowledge to make the most of each selling situation or initiative. Instead of traditional onboarding and training marathons—which are rapidly outdated and quickly forgotten—enablement and training teams use Allego to deliver the fresh, bite-sized learning that employees need to close deals in today’s dynamic business environment. Content is personalized and mastered through reinforcement, on-the-job coaching, and peer collaboration. More than 300,000 professionals use Allego to onboard faster, deliver consistent messaging, rapidly adopt best practices, coach and practice more frequently, and collaborate more effectively. To learn more about Allego and learning and enablement in the flow of work, please visit www.allego.com.
Matter on behalf of Allego