Establishing a company culture that gives employees the resources and space to grow professionally while also prioritizing their personal well-being can help to build a healthy work environment. In order to establish a positive culture, an organization needs to have a clear sense of its own overall mission, goals and values. We’ve compiled a list of some companies with the best cultures that boast initiatives such as inclusive benefits programs, learning and development opportunities and flexible work arrangements.
Companies With the Best Culture
- Agile Six
Companies With the Best Culture
Thumbtack’s online platform connects homeowners with qualified service professionals and gives small businesses access to a local customer base. To promote a positive work culture, the company offers its employees flexibility in the form of a virtual-first work model along with benefits that encourage healthy work-life balance, such as flexible PTO and access to mental health resources. Thumbtack’s efforts have been recognized through inclusion on Best Places to Work, Best Companies for Remote Workers and Best Workplaces for Parents lists.
Arrive Logistics is a transportation and logistics tech company that handles freight brokerage and strategy. Publications like Fortune and Fast Company have recognized Arrived Logistics’ work culture, which prioritizes shared success and work-life balance. An important component of the organization’s commitment to inclusion and community building are its employee resources groups, such as Women in Logistics, Black Logistics Group and Emerging Professionals.
InspiringApps is a mobile app design and development firm that partners with clients to build custom digital products and platforms. Its projects include work with clients in aerospace, financial services and healthcare. The company has taken steps to build an engaging work culture — 40 percent of its workforce has been on the team for more than six years, and it is a certified Great Place to Work that offers extensive benefits for employee wellbeing and work-life balance.
Companies use Enigma’s data insights on the financial wellbeing, behavior and identity of private businesses to inform marketing and financial risk monitoring. Its company culture prioritizes employee wellbeing, and in response to team members’ feedback, the company offers an array of mental and physical health benefits, including access to the Headspace meditation app and a $100 monthly health reimbursement.
PatientPoint makes software for medical settings like hospitals and doctors offices. Its products are designed to streamline medical administration and patient experience to provide a more efficient and seamless service. PatientPoint is known for its company culture, a trickle-down effect of its generous and inclusive benefits packages and team-first company policies prioritized by its Chief People Officer.
Agile Six works with government agencies like the Department of Veterans Affairs to design custom solutions that optimize the way they deliver digital services to the public. As a fully remote workplace and a notable name in the civic tech marketplace, the company has carved out a distinctive culture under the shared cause to “build better by putting people first.” For example, Agile Six has done away with middle managers, opting to allow team members to manage themselves and take accountability for their contributions to team projects.
Trimble makes hardware and software and provides services to the construction, geospatial, natural resources and utilities industries. Its tech draws on connected data to provide analytics, modeling, machine control and real time kinematic solutions for industry. Trimble is highly rated on workplace transparency platform Comparably, with awards in areas like diversity and global culture.
TaskUs is a business process outsourcing company that performs direct customer support and content moderation. It works with companies like Meta and Doordash and also consults on content security and AI. The company’s culture focuses on “fostering an environment where you and your career can thrive — a place where your voice matters.” It has several awards for Best Company for Women and Best Company for Diversity.
Medallia is a customer experience company that provides SaaS platforms for customer experience management, employee services management and capturing customer feedback across multiple channels. Medallia’s workplace culture features flexible global workplaces, inclusive benefits and a paid time off program that includes parental leave, sabbatical leave and volunteer time.
Chegg is an edtech company that sells and rents electronic textbooks, provides tutoring and writing support, and maintains a resource bank of answers to student questions. The company’s culture values innovation, collaboration and fun. Employees enjoy generous benefits that include the Equity for Education program, which helps them pay off student debt.
Criteo is a multimodal digital ad platform used by businesses to identify and approach potential customers with targeted ads. With an open feedback model to keep people engaged on the job and an array of benefits to support employees personally and in their career growth, Criteo’s work culture has earned multiple awards from platforms such as Glassdoor and LinkedIn.