ThoughtWorks, a global technology company, announced it was named one of “Chicago’s 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” by the National Association of Business Resources (NABR). ThoughtWorks employs more than 280 of the brightest technologists out of its Chicago global headquarters, in addition to 2,500 employees working from 29 offices in 12 countries. ThoughtWorks was selected to the list of best and brightest for a combination of employee satisfaction, company growth, and a diverse and open office environment.

“ThoughtWorks, founded in Chicago more than twenty years ago, has always aimed to attract and employ the best knowledge workers in the world – building a community based on attitude, aptitude and integrity”, said Craig Gorsline, Chief Operating Officer, ThoughtWorks. “We have made it our mission to seek out a diverse and passionate group of technologists capable of solving our client’s toughest challenges while creating positive social change. It is a tremendous honor to be recognized for the tenth year in a row as a multi-cultural company that fosters innovation and creativity.”

“The selection, recognition and awarding of this year’s companies allows our organization to showcase their best practices. The honorees have clearly demonstrated why each of them would be an ideal place for employees to work. Companies that capitalize on their greatest resource—their employees—know how to attract and retain top talent”, said Jennifer Kluge, President, NABR. “We are proud to honor this year’s winners.”

About the Best and Brightest Programs

The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For™ is a program of the National Association for Business Resources that provides the business community with the opportunity to gain recognition, showcase their best practices and demonstrate why they are an ideal place for employees to work. This national program celebrates those companies that are making better business, creating richer lives and building a stronger community as a whole. There are numerous regional celebrations throughout the country.

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