The Washingtonian Magazine has recognized RedLattice as one of the “50 Great Places to Work” in the Washington, D.C. metro area, as a result of over 7,500 employee surveys.
The final award was determined after an extensive review of companies based on individual scores given by their employees.
REDLattice provides services and technology solutions for the Fortune 500 corporations and the U.S. government marketplace. According to the company, their area of expertise is cyber research and development, vulnerability research, malware analysis, reverse engineering, and unique logistics challenges.
John Ayers, Founder and CEO of RedLattice, said the company was honored to be recognized by the magazine as one of the top employers of choice in D.C.
“This really is about our people and our focus on our team and our mission. Great cultures attract great people and great people make great cultures. We are thrilled to be included in the Who’s Who in the region,” said Ayers.
The company also operates as a management consultant carrying out global market analysis.
“Our people are recognized leaders in the design, development and implementation of cutting-edge technology solutions and are experienced in delivering rapid prototyping solutions across a range of customer needs,” its website says.
Washingtonian Magazine‘s “50 Great Places to Work” covers several employers in the greater metropolitan area. The winning workplaces have been recognized for their attributes, including generous pay and benefits. Other important aspects include interesting and meaningful work, great work, life balance, opportunities to learn and grow, commitment to charity and community, recognition, and respect for employees.