CHICAGO, IL – January 11, 2021 – Built In announced that Rightpoint was honored in its 2021 Best Places To Work Awards. The annual awards include companies of all sizes, from startups to the enterprise, nationally and in the eight largest tech markets and nationally. 


Award wins include:

Boston Best Places to Work (Ranked #9)

Boston Best Paying Companies (Ranked #25)

Boston Companies with the Best Benefits (Ranked #16)

Chicago Best Places to Work (Ranked #13)

Chicago Best Paying Companies (Ranked #39)

Chicago Companies with the Best Benefits (Ranked #38)

NYC Best Places to Work (Ranked #14)

NYC Best Paying Companies (Ranked #4)


“Rightpoint is intentional with fostering our culture – we know it takes a village and we are honored to have this recognition that we put our people first,” said Evan Cobb, Director of People Potential. “Our diverse team of professionals leave their egos at the door and work together to constantly question how to make things work better in order to achieve the extraordinary experiences our clients need.”


Built In determines winners for Best Places to Work based on an algorithm, using company data about compensation, benefits and cultural programs. To reflect the attributes candidates are searching for on Built In today, this year’s program weighted criteria more heavily, like remote opportunities and programs for diversity, equity and inclusion.  


“These companies raise the bar for cultural excellence and the ability to adapt to meet changing needs of employees," says Sheridan Orr, Chief Marketing Officer, Built In. “The 2021 winners show a commitment not just to creating meaningful cultures but to delivering talent needs as they change in a dynamic landscape. We’re thrilled to extend our congratulations to the winners.”   


Tech professionals rely on Built In’s Best Places to Work lists to discover employers that align with their preferences, passions and values. Since its inception three years ago, the award has expanded in reach, from online views of tens of thousands to just under 1 million views today.