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Analog Devices Recognized For Employee Benefits, Work Culture, and Business Growth

Bengaluru, 1st August 2019 – Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) was recently recognized by Forbes magazine and the Silicon Valley Business Journal for providing industry-leading benefits and a work culture that has led to strong employee satisfaction and pride. The global semiconductor provider employs more than 15,000 individuals who work to solve the world’s biggest technology challenges – from electric and autonomous transportation, to 5G wireless communications, to Industry 4.0, to digital healthcare, and much more.  ADI also recently joined the prestigious 2019 Fortune 500, jumping more than 45 spots from its 2018 Fortune 1,000 ranking, due to achieving annual revenues of $6.2 billion in fiscal 2018.

Forbes included ADI on its America’s Best Employers 2019 list, ranking the company at #49. The list is based on an anonymous survey of 50,000 Americans working for companies with at least 1,000 employees. Respondents rated how likely they would be to recommend their employer to others and nominate organizations in industries outside their own. Last year, ADI ranked #284 on Forbes’ World’s Best Employers list.

ADI was also ranked one of the top 15 largest Bay Area employers on the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s Best Places to Work in the Bay Area. This annual ranking spotlights companies spread across the Bay Area whose employees rate them as exceptional on values such as trust in leadership, collaborative culture, personal engagement, and satisfaction of individual needs through great benefits and perks.

“Our goal is to make ADI the premier employer for people who want to build long-term careers making a real-world and lasting impact,” said Marnie Seif, Chief People Officer, Analog Devices. “We are proud to be recognized once again as a great employer, and most proud of the fact that these accolades are based on our employees’ own experiences of life at ADI.”

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