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Built In Names KPA in Its 2024 Best Places To Work Awards For Fifth-Year Running

Built In Names KPA in Its 2024 Best Places To Work Awards For Fifth-Year Running

Westminster, Colo – February 28, 2024 – Built In announced that KPA, a leading provider of compliance software and services, was honored in its 2024 Best Places To Work Awards. Specifically, KPA earned a place on Best Midsize Places to Work For in Colorado for the fifth consecutive year. The annual Best Places to Work awards program includes companies of all sizes, from startups to those in the enterprise, and honors both remote-first employers as well as companies in large tech markets across the U.S.

“KPA partners with organizations to create and maintain a safe and compliant workplace – all so that their employees can go home safe at night. That goal cannot be achieved without a team of first-class professionals who are passionate about building a positive and safe workplace for everyone,” said Chris Fanning, KPA President and CEO.  “KPA’s success has enabled us to provide employees with an excellent hybrid working model, attractive benefits, and an inspirational mission to guide itself. We are thrilled to be included as part of Built In’s 2024 Best Places to Work for a fifth consecutive year.”

As a leading provider of safety and workplace compliance software and services solutions, KPA works with organizations to reduce their total cost of risk and maintain a safe and healthy workplace that will keep people out of harm’s way. With products like KPA Flex, Vera Suite, award-winning compliance training, and an extensive team of over 140 expert consultants, KPA meets clients’ needs to proactively manage their workplace compliance and risk reduction.

Built In determines the winners of Best Places to Work based on an algorithm, using company data about compensation and benefits. To reflect the benefits candidates are searching for more frequently on Built In, the program also weighs criteria like remote and flexible work opportunities, programs for DEI and other people-first cultural offerings.

“I’d like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to the 2024 Best Places to Work winners,” says Maria Christopoulos Katris. “I am truly inspired by these companies that have risen to the challenge of fostering a positive work environment, maintaining a strong brand, and ensuring employee satisfaction. The future is filled with promise and we are so excited to see what lies ahead.”

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Built In is creating the largest candidate generation platform for technology professionals globally. Monthly, millions of the industry’s most in-demand professionals visit the site from across the world. They rely on our platform to stay ahead of tech trends and news, learn skills to accelerate their careers and find opportunities at companies whose values they share. Built In also serves thousands of innovative companies from startups to the Fortune 500. By putting their stories in front of our uniquely engaged audience, we help them reach otherwise hard-to-hire tech professionals.


Built In’s annual Best Places to Work program honors companies with the best total rewards packages across the U.S. and in the following tech hubs: Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Colorado, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington DC. Best Places to Work is distinct because its algorithm selects tech companies that build their offerings specifically around what tech professionals value in a workplace. Winners are announced in early January 2024.


KPA provides Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), and Workforce Compliance solutions for a wide range of businesses. Offering a unique combination of software, consulting services, and award-winning training, KPA helps organizations minimize risk so they can focus on what’s important—their core business. For over 30 years, KPA has helped 15,000 + clients comply with regulations, reduce costs, and increase productivity.

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