San Francisco Bay Area Names NetSuite One of the 10 Top Workplaces in 2012

NetSuite Inc., provider of cloud-based financial and ERP software suites, was recently selected as one of the 10 Top Workplaces in the San Francisco Bay area in a survey conducted by the Bay Area News Group. The Bay Area News Group publishes The San Jose Mercury News, The Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa times and numerous other digital and print media properties.

"It's an honor to be recognized by the Bay Area News Group as a Top Workplace," said Zach Nelson, CEO at NetSuite. "If you're looking to drive your own career and make a difference, there is no better opportunity than NetSuite. We have built a culture of teamwork and innovation, where hard work is rewarded. At NetSuite, success is in employees' hands."

The Bay Area News Group partnered with Workplace Dynamics, an independent research firm, to conduct the survey. Companies were ranked based on the composite score they received form employee responses to the 25 survey questions. The questions focused on workplace conditions, career opportunities, management, pay and benefits and the implementation and execution of the company strategy. Employees from approximately 1,520 companies in the Bay Area were invited to participate, and 112 of those companies met the survey’s participation response requirement of 50 percent Bay Area-based employees. NetSuite had 92 percent of its San Mateo employees participate in the survey.

"This accolade is a testament to the environment we continuously strive to create at NetSuite, and it's gratifying to have our employees recognize these efforts and rank NetSuite so positively as an outstanding place to work," said Marty Réaume, NetSuite Chief People Officer. "We strive to hire the best and the brightest and to provide a dynamic and collaborative workplace that rewards initiative, achievement and results in a world-class business software environment. This is strong validation that we're on the right course."

In addition to NetSuite, there were 74 other companies that appeared on the list.

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