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Relativity LLC

Relativity is One of Fortune's "55 Best Companies to Work For in Chicago"

Below is part of an article originally published by Fortune on May 21, 2019. This information is about PowerToFly Partner Relativity. Go to Relativity's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

Information technology, health care, financial services—and a school district. This year's list of best companies to work for in Chicago contains quite a variety of workplaces, from large companies to small and medium-sized companies alike, due to employee feedback analyzed by Fortune research partner Great Place to Work. Take a look at the list below and learn more about the methodology here.

19. Relativity

Industry: Information Technology
U.S. employees: 806
U.S. revenue: Confidential
Headquarters: Chicago, Illinois

Employees say:

"People here are very positive, and when things go wrong, people feel able to openly discuss issues. It's a very encouraging work environment, and I feel inspired to give my best."

Read the Great Place to Work review here.

New Relic

From Event to Offer: How Sales Exec Danielle Satterfield Found Her Next Challenge at New Relic

When Danielle Satterfield attended a PowerToFly networking event with cloud-based observability platform New Relic last December, she wasn't actively looking for a job.

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Jobs

Applications Are Open for Facebook's Return to Work Program!

We're excited to announce applications are now open for Facebook's Return to Work program. We have positions open for 10 roles:

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Work From Home

The Two Causes of Conflict Within a Team: And How to Resolve Them

(With specific tips for remote teams!)

Teams have conflict. It happens. Whether it's disagreeing with your manager's feedback, going head-to-head with a coworker for a promotion, or feeling supreme levels of annoyance at the department head who consistently claims credit for work he didn't do, all of us have gotten into it at some point on the job. (One of my favorite personal conflicts was when a woman who worked for me refused to use our publication's style guide when communicating on behalf of the business. Yes, I once found myself screaming in a newsroom about the need to use size-16 Tahoma in marketing materials rather than size-12 Times New Roman. But I promise I'm better at dealing with conflict now.)
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Diversity Reboot Summit Speakers

Join Us to Discuss the Future of Work: Come to Our (Virtual!) Diversity Reboot Summit

Join Diversity reboot 2020 virtually

COVID-19 has forced us to map the future of our workplaces at a dizzying new pace.

The Diversity Reboot 2020 Summit is a virtual gathering for professionals who want to share how we can all rebuild faster in partnership with diverse talent. Join us, along with thousands of diverse women and allies, to remake our world the way it ought to be.

Learn more here

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