Inc. Magazine Names Monte Carlo A Best Workplace for 2022
For the second year running, Monte Carlo was named among the top companies on Inc. Magazine’s list of Best Workplaces for 2022. Based on a third-party employee survey on topics including management effectiveness, perks, and fostering professional growth, as well as company benefits, the total list includes 475 honorees selected from thousands of submissions.
“Especially given our high rate of growth over the last year, this recognition means so much to our leadership team,” said Barr Moses, our CEO and co-founder. “We’ve remained committed to creating a collaborative, supportive culture even as our headcount has tripled over the last year, and it’s gratifying to know our employees are feeling the benefits of that hard work.”
Since the 2021 list was announced last May, big things have been happening at Monte Carlo. We announced our $60M Series C funding, hosted the IMPACT Data Observability Summit, released the first few chapters of O’Reilly’s Data Quality Fundamentals, and renewed 100% of our data observability customers. Our product team launched exciting new features like Monte Carlo Insights, field-level lineage, and our Python SDK. And our partnerships across the modern data stack grew stronger through new integrations with tech partners like dbt Labs, Snowflake, and PagerDuty.
“Our team members are the reason we’ve found success pioneering the category of data observability, which makes it possible for companies to holistically understand and proactively improve the health and quality of their data,” said Barr. “Their shared sense of innovation and commitment to our customers’ success is what makes Monte Carlo such an energizing place to work. I’m so proud of what we’ve accomplished and excited about what lies ahead.”
Monte Carlo has been a remote-first company since day one. While team members from around the globe are encouraged to visit our headquarters in San Francisco (with generous travel benefits for employees and families), our culture has never relied on ping-pong tables or in-office happy hours to thrive.
“Not long ago, the term ‘best workplace’ would have conjured up images of open-office designs with stocked snack fridges,” said Inc. editor-in-chief Scott Omelianuk. “Yet given the widespread adoption of remote work, the concept of the workplace has shifted. This year, Inc. has recognized the organizations dedicated to redefining and enriching the workplace in the face of the pandemic.”
The employee feedback collected by Inc. reinforces that professional development opportunities and the chance to meaningfully contribute to a high-growth company are what matters most to our team.