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written by Demitra Fields
Forbes Human Resources Council Company Named One of Boston’s Best Places to Work
The achievement can be credited to Jennifer Ramcharan, Forbes Human Resources Council member and Disruptor Beam's VP of People Operations.
Disruptor Beam, a Forbes Human Resources Council member company, was recently named one of Boston’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®.
A developer and publisher of branded mobile and web games like Star Trek Timelines and Game of Thrones Ascent, Disruptor Beam is considered by Boston’s Best and Brightest to be an organization that “displays a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment.” The list of winners also factors in communication, work-life balance, diversity, recognition, retention and more.
It’s a big achievement for Jennifer Ramcharan, a Forbes Human Resources Council member and VP of People Operations at Disruptor Beam. Jennifer is responsible for overseeing human resources, talent management and recruiting, as well as supporting Disruptor Beam’s culture and overall employee experience.
Besides having beverages on hand for happy hours and product launches, there are many factors that make Disruptor Beam a great place to work, including “hack days,” movie nights, games, trips, workshops, lunches, an annual holiday party, and Bring Your Kids to Work Day.
Jennifer had this to say of the achievement: “At Disruptor Beam, we believe our people are our greatest asset, so we strive to create a work environment that not only embodies our culture of authenticity, continuous improvement, and effectiveness, but that is a fun place to work and grow. We were honored to be named one of Boston’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For and plan to continue to provide an awesome environment for Disruptor Beam staff for many years to come.”