iZotope again named top place to work in Boston

The audio technology company, based in nearby Cambridge, took 17th on the list
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The Boston Globe has for the second year in a row named iZotope as one of the city's best places to work. The audio technology company, based in nearby Cambridge, took 17th on the list.

The Globe survey measured around 73,500 responses to statements regarding key factors related to employee happiness, including "company direction" and "employee connection".

Brian McQuoid, the company's chief operating officer, said, "iZotope is honoured to be among the best employers in the state. Our continued success is a testament to the passion and dedication of our incredibly talented employees, who truly make iZotope a top place to work.

Izotope was recently honoured with an Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Engineering Development for its flagship audio repair suite, RX.


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