SANTA CLARA, Calif. – May 7, 2021 -- Marvell (NASDAQ: MRVL) is pleased to announce it has placed 7th overall in the Best Places to Work 2021 largest company category at the annual awards program produced by the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal. Marvell was also recognized with a ranking of #4 in its category for Workplace Wellness. Marvell was selected for inclusion on this year’s list based on survey responses by its employees, who highlighted the company’s exceptional leadership, culture, management practices, corporate benefits, opportunities for professional growth, and focus on health and wellness, among other key traits.
“We are extremely proud to be named a Best Place to Work. This award is truly a reflection of Marvell’s culture and the values we work hard to promote every day,” said Matt Murphy, president and CEO, Marvell. “What makes this honor so special is that it recognizes companies that received the highest ratings from their employees. Marvell’s emphasis on employee engagement, wellness, work-life balance, and career development has fostered an environment where employees can do their best work with pride.”
To address the evolving needs of employees, Marvell implemented several innovative programs in 2020:
The 2021 Bay Area Best Places to Work rankings and winners can be found at https://www.bizjournals.com/sanjose/best-places-to-work
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