For the third consecutive year, Great Place to Work and FORTUNE have ranked Asana, a leading work management platform for teams, in the top 10 Best Small and Medium Workplaces. Based on the Great Place to Work survey, Asana was given high marks for cultivating a thoughtful culture grounded in team trust and transparency. Earlier this year, Asana was also awarded #1 Best Workplaces Bay Area; #3 Best Workplaces Technology; #5 Best Workplaces for Millennials; and #11 Best Workplaces for Women by Great Place to Work.
“In today’s always-on workplace, strong business results and a thriving culture are often viewed as mutually exclusive,” said Anna Binder, Head of People Operations, Asana. “We believe that the investment we make in our culture is what fuels our business success. Using the Asana platform, each individual clearly sees how their work contributes to our high-level business objectives – ensuring that all employees feel connected to one another and our mission. Being named in the top 10 Fortune and Great Place to Work list for the third year in a row is a true testament to the importance of continually investing, and reinvesting, in our culture.”
Over 70,000 global organizations, including AirAsia, Sephora, Uber and Viessmann, and millions of customers rely on Asana to help them orchestrate their work, from daily tasks to strategic initiatives. In 2019, Asana has grown its global team to include more than 600 employees in 8 countries, including office openings in London, Munich, Sydney, Tokyo and Vancouver. Additionally, this year Asana announced the appointment of SaaS industry veterans Anne Raimondi, Lorrie Norrington and Sydney Carey to its Board of Directors.
To determine the 2019 Best Small Workplaces list and the 2019 Best Medium Workplaces list, Great Place to Work analyzed anonymous survey feedback from 126,901 respondents representing over 189,000 employees working in small- and medium-sized businesses in the United States. Rankings are based on what employees say about their experiences of trust and reaching their full human potential as part of their organization, no matter who they are or what they do.
“Small and medium-sized businesses have a tremendous influence on the U.S. economy and workforce,” said Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work. “Organizations like Asana have found the key not only for winning top talent against their larger competitors, but also for playing a leadership role in dramatically improving the day-to-day experience of US labor conditions by creating great workplaces where everyone can succeed regardless of who they are or what job they perform.”
The Best Small Workplaces and Best Medium Workplaces lists are part of a series of rankings by Great Place to Work and FORTUNE based on employee feedback from Great Place to Work-Certified™ organizations.