Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Debbie Gamble, VP of Digital Products and Platforms at Interac, has made a significant impact on the fintech industry, and her work has not gone unnoticed. In 2018, she was named one of the Most Influential Women in Payments, earned the ACT Canada Champion’s Award, and at the time of this submission, is shortlisted for the Distinguished Payments Professional award by Women in Payments, accolades she deserves, but never asks for. Instead of vying for recognition, she works vigorously, championing innovative digital solutions alongside the award-winning team she has built. She inspires the creation and growth of products that impact millions of Canadians every day.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Philadelphia) | Interactive Mechanics advocates for diversity across the organization, from their hiring practices to how they collaborate with their clients on projects. They have worked hard to make their hiring practice inclusive. The company conducts unconscious bias training on an annual basis with their entire team & utilizes a blind application review process.
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Best Tech Startup (Orange County) |Digital2Go, a tech startup in Irvine, CA is disrupting the data marketplace as the world's first tokenized data management platform. Digital2Go's integration on the blockchain platform makes it the first location-based platform to utilize the technology. By leveraging location, context, and consumer behaviors, Digital2Go helps brands, agencies, and data partners bring a more personalized and relevant mobile experience to consumers in a way that drives usage, retention, and new ad revenue.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | At Shopkick, employees from all teams have potential to be extraordinary. Upon that foundation we’ve built a culture of innovation, encouraging participation and boosting creative confidence. We’ve made it a priority to foster an environment where our employees come to work knowing they can make an impact. “One team, one dream,” a phrase our employees hear frequently in meetings or see written in emails is one that encapsulates our outlook on innovation.
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Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | Wodify has disrupted an industry, by bringing technology into the world of CrossFit, to empower gym owners and athletes around the world. Six years ago, when Wodify was founded, CrossFit gyms operated with outdated systems and athletes manually tracked their workout results with pen & paper. Today, in over 100 countries around the world, fitness entrepreneurs use Wodify's suite of products to run their entire business.
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Best Tech Startup (Orange County) | Blast makes hard things easy and boring things fun by helping gamers micro-earn and micro-save money in the background of their favorite games. Blast has brought the gaming community closer to the company's goal of educating and accelerating savings for everyone – simply by doing what they already love to do! Blast’s goal is to make savings so exciting and rewarding that more people will be encouraged to start saving early.
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Best Tech Startup (Los Angeles) | Divergent 3D is a technology development and licensing company that utilizes 3D metal printing to revolutionize manufacturing for a crowded planet—from automotive to aerospace and other engineering industries. We want to enable small teams to become a car company by eliminating capital intensity in automotive manufacturing.
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Best Tech Startup (Los Angeles) | Bitcoin IRA, the first and largest cryptocurrency platform that allows customers to purchase Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies for their retirement accounts, is working to disrupt the problematic state of retirement in America.
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Best Tech Startup (Toronto) | DNAstack is a software company that develops cutting-edge technologies that help scientists discover and treat the causes of genetic diseases. Its main product, the Canadian Genomics Cloud, is an integrated platform to manage, analyze and share genome sequence and clinical data. This public cloud computing platform, the first of its kind in Canada, gives every scientist in the country unfettered access to award-winning technology empowering precision medicine and other applications in genome research. By building infrastructure that better shares data, tools, and compute resources nationally, we stand to vastly increase the value of each genome sequenced and the power for those data to drive new insights that will help improve and save the lives of people affected by genetic diseases.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Washington DC) | We strive to embed Diversity & Inclusion focused best practices into workflows across our organization. We believe this strategic outlook yields better hiring outcomes and inclusion effectiveness. Specific to hiring, our Recruiting Operations team personally vets all job descriptions to make sure they do not contain bias language or require unnecessary skills or credentials that don’t directly pertain to success in the role. Next, we have set and received executive buy-in for hiring aspirations for our technical division. Our hiring metrics are focused on 3 key areas in the hiring process: sourcing, interviewing and offer rates with an emphasis on gender minorities and race/ethnic minorities.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Chicago) | alligatortek has a tight-knit company culture, and communication and relationships are crucial. alligatortek shares its vision, tagline, and opportunities for company growth each month at our weekly all-hands/town hall meeting. Additionally, we share updates of any changes on our company Yammer page and have an hour­-long meeting each year to discuss how we performed on the goals from last year and share the goals for the next 1, 3, and 5 years.
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GrandPad Inc. is an easy-to-use tablet computer and cloud curation service made to help seniors connect and communicate with family and friends. The GrandPad experience is both secure and simple, offering the easiest way for seniors to connect with family and friends through digital technology. This tablet is designed for the absolute beginner and includes everything, right down to curated music delivered from the cloud. The icons are easy to read and content is preloaded into the device with no setup or configuration required. The tablet is connected to the cloud via 4G LTE connectivity. This device allows seniors to send voice emails, view pictures and videos, listen to music, play games, and make video calls.
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Best Tech Manager (Boston) | Jonah Lopin co-founded Crayon, the market and competitive intelligence platform company, in 2015, and he’s making noise in the market with something remarkable.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | The Pega technology organization, which includes our global engineering teams, has a holistic approach to creativity, innovation, and recognition – these concepts are, by their nature, interconnected.
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Best Tech Startup (NYC) | Before goodLinc, nonprofits usually renewed product and service contracts without performing adequate due diligence to ensure they had the best value for their needs. goodLinc built a no cost, supportive bridge connecting nonprofit organizations and businesses that serve the sector. Free memberships are provided to support sustainability and financial health of the nonprofit community. Members are encouraged to build connections and engage with others to collaborate, share ideas and best practices.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | Having a workforce that is almost 50% female including a female Founder and CEO is rare in tech, Pefin is committed to building a team inclusive of the LGBT community You can see this in action, as the company has have over 11 ethnicities and countries represented among the 30 team crew.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Silicon Valley) | Velodyne LiDAR provides extensive training programs to our employees so they can always be on top of their game in LiDAR technology and our products. We also provide training for the engineers of the future at different organizations such as SAE International and RoboNation. We have an annual picnic for the whole company and their families, surprise ice-cream events, and Wednesday coffee vans. There is always something happening each week to celebrate how much we appreciate each and every one of our employees. Velodyne LiDAR knows that the marketplace needs innovative LiDAR sensors. For more than a decade, we have designed and produced a wide range of LiDAR sensors, including the Puck, Ultra Puck and VLS-128. These rely on a 3D vision system that uses lasers to fully ‘see’ the surrounding environment. To date, the company’s sensors have been installed in thousands of autonomous vehicles around the world, traveling millions of real-world miles. LiDAR sensors are the eyes for automation – and we invented them.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Washington DC) | Blackstone Federal is driving creativity and innovation within the IT industry, not just by crafting custom, comprehensive solutions with cutting-edge technology and methodologies, but also by building a uniquely supportive and inclusive company culture and supporting the growth and positive change of the DC Metro community Blackstone calls home.
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Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) | TAPAD makes Hackathons come to life, with their most recent one on cutting their carbon footprint. They test and experiment with cutting edge tools and open-source software (GCP, Flink, AutoML, etc.), and encourage innovation upwards from engineering/data science up rather than from the top down.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | Wave's exceptional culture is the result of efforts from across the organization. At all levels, the Wave team works to create an environment that inspires, motivates, stimulates and provides opportunities for people in all parts of the organization to succeed and do the best work of their careers, while having the best time of their working life. A focus on culture is a critical part of our DNA, rather than a top-down mandate. As a result, a winning culture is something all Wavers own and contribute to.
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Travis promotes career growth in his employees while also looking to help aspiring talent in other teams. He leads by example in creating and maintaining a team culture of execution and team spirit. At the same time, he drives both technical and process innovation. Through it all, Travis clearly communicates, reinforces, and executes the vision with his employees and with other functions.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | O3 promotes technical creativity by sending employees to local and national conferences and have recently hosted their own internal Design Slam. One of the ways the company promotes innovation is through their labs program, where they brainstorm to create internal projects and actually create them to show clients the possibilities in emerging tech.
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Best Tech Manager (Chicago) | Jessica DeJong is an incredibly deserving recipient of the Best Tech Manager award, not only because of her own professional accomplishments, but also because of the way she leads and cultivates her team of front-end developers and designers at One North. As One North has grown and evolved, a need emerged to bridge the gap between creative and strategic services and technology teams internally. Jessica took a leap of faith and dove into the role of managing a team of front-end developers and designers, creating a new team, interaction design, that has become an incredible source of innovation, creativity and a driver of culture and collaboration.
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Bill Cunningham always takes time to listen to his employee’s ideas, questions and concerns. He is always looking for ways to support and develop his team. He shows a great deal of compassion and is always asking what he can do to help. At the end of the day, Bill has managed to perfectly balance his roles and become a business partner, mentor, and friend to all.
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Best Workplace for Diversity (Orange County) | This year, Numecent’s CEO was recognized for creating one of the best working environments for diversity. He is a leader who creates cultures that support and encourage employees of color, providing a positive framework for other executives to model. The company celebrates the diverse backgrounds of its employees while being united by its commitment to providing quality enterprise software to maximize productivity and minimize frustrations. From beers around the world on Fridays to multi-cultural potlucks, voluntary activities for the company’s diverse population are unanimously attended.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | Localcoin provides an open-space work environment that allows their employees to collaborate on ideas and work together in a free setting. With food provided every day, along with complimentary coffee and drinks to recharge, Localcoin accommodates their employees with the necessary supplies for a successful day. In addition, the directors are very hands-on with their employees, providing guidance whenever necessary as well as the freedom to pursue projects without micro-management.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Philadelphia) | AWeber has always celebrated differences within their workplace, but have recently launched their new WE@AWeber program to create greater awareness of diversity at the company. This new program includes a monthly meeting to openly and honestly discuss diversity topics. The company also sends a monthly WE@AWeber newsletter, where they share links to articles that relate to various diversity topics, as well as local events and meetups that support diversity.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Los Angeles) | To ensure a good cohesion in the entire engineering department, once a week we all have lunch together and split into random groups of 4/5 people. The company also has an extensive on boarding program to ensure any newcomers get all that they need and team up with a "buddy" who is someone out of their own department to ensure that they are really nicely integrated into the company.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Los Angeles) | Our employees invest a lot in the work they do. We recognize that, and take a multi-faceted approach to rewards in an effort to ensure that all team members feel acknowledged and appreciated for the hard work they put in every day.
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Best Tech Manager (Washington DC) | Career Growth is personal. Rochelle takes an active interest in all employees personal development and encourages them to embrace their own career development. She individually works with employees on becoming better at enhancing their strengths and skills. Rochelle advocates for our employees to apply to any position within the organization. She uses it as an opportunity to understand their interests while providing them with adequate coaching and feedback. She believes in the importance of developing employees so they can be successful both at and beyond mHelpDesk.
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Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) | Kintone emulates parent company Cybozu in Japan, voted #1 Great Place to Work for Women. We practice a concept of 100 People, 100 Styles of Work to celebrate work-life balance and diversity in the workplace.
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Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | Guest-Rm is innovative and disruptive by being the first of its kind to focus on a network of friends and friends of friends; encouraging travel in a safe and cost effective way to inspire users to travel and explore the world.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | What makes the Slalom Delivery Center different? The answer is a common one across Slalom: Our People, Our Values and Our Culture. Who we are in the delivery center is the fabric of our being, and the people that sit in our Delivery Centers are the soul of what happens here. So what makes the Slalom Delivery Center different? We start with the Slalom Core Values, focus on skill, curiosity and collaboration, and then mix in a true affection for our client’s best interests and what emerges is a dynamic, energetic place where writing software becomes a joy, and delivering excellence for our clients becomes commonplace.
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Best Tech Manager (Silicon Valley) | Eugene IS the company culture. He lives and breathes it. It's almost hard to explain in words just how much Eugene has done for the company, its culture and its employees. He knows everyone's wive's/husband's names and checks in regularly not just about work, but about personal life, whether the person is a high level executive or an intern. He makes sure there are team building events, that everyone is happy within their teams, and no one is left behind by weekly check ins with the HR and Administration teams.
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Best Tech Startup (Washington DC) | Hatch Apps deserves to win Best Tech Startup due to their inclusive, creative work environment and passion to bring transparency and price stability to the software development space. Hatch Apps is a no-code app development platform that enables businesses to create and iterate mobile and web apps. The platform serves as a critical tool for digital transformation and provides a cost-effective and high-quality alternative to traditional software development options.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Philadelphia) | The entire team at Guru consists of people from all walks of life: some people who were in bootcamps, some people who have a degree in CS, and others who are self taught, and everyone brings something to the table that is different. The company is able to use new and modern technologies within reason and when the entire team has agreed upon the usage.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | botkeeper offers a breakthrough solution to an age-old problem by automating bookkeeping tasks. The result: Round-the-clock and virtual accounting services for half the cost.
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Best Tech Startup (Washington DC) | As a bootstrapped startup, our products are a direct reflection of the feedback we receive from clients—something that is just an idea today could be a new feature tomorrow or a new product later this year. We employ forward-thinking tech leadership by giving every engineer a chance to learn new ways of doing things and apply them to the product immediately. Our engineers are leaders in the charge of building software for public affairs professionals. Before these professionals were often stuck using tools that were built with someone else in mind, like Salesforce or Hubspot, but now they have tools built specifically for them
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Best Tech Manager (Washington DC) | After being named CIO in 2015, Amy Doherty focused on continuing the evolution of IT into a value creator and innovator within AARP. She has creatively built bonds and lines of communications with the ITS team through regular meetings to better understand how things are progressing. Shortly after, delivery of projects were up ninety-six percent and there were thirty-four percent fewer outages.
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Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Sean, Senior R&D Architect and Lead Engineer at Mapsted, actively promotes and encourages professional growth by showing his team that he cares about their progress and future, thus inspiring loyalty and trust. Through the cross-training of employees, Sean engages and shows his team how to value their work enough to give them additional opportunities towards career advancements. It makes good business sense to develop and enable employees to perform a variety of roles, especially in a start-up environment and Sean clearly understands this concept.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | The Elemental Machines team is comprised of transformative leaders with diverse professional backgrounds. Team members have previously worked in the energy, media, education, life sciences, consumer, and technology industries. So,what brings this unique group of individuals together? The answer is that each team member is motivated to be a part of the pioneering team for IoT for life sciences industry.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (Chicago) | Even though, we’d like to think we are doing ‘ok’ on the diversity front (48% girl power!), we recognize that we are FAR from perfect and there is so much more we can do. Therefore, employees initiated the creation of a Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Taskforce with sub-committees responsible for making strides in the areas of hiring, HR policy, education and awareness, office environment as well as focusing on making the products we build more accessible to ALL users!
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Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) | At Shopkick, employees from all teams have potential to be extraordinary. Upon that foundation they’ve built a culture of innovation, encouraging participation and boosting creative confidence. They’ve made it a priority to foster an environment where their employees come to work knowing they can make an impact.
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Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) | Headquartered in New York City, the company’s collegial atmosphere, special employee perks, a shared drive to innovate, and a commitment to the outside community all add to Outbrain’s distinctive culture. Outbrainers like to move fast and pivot quickly — all our employees know how to adapt to and thrive in change.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (San Francisco) | Mapbox strives to embed Diversity & Inclusion focused best practices into workflows across their organization. They believe this strategic outlook yields better hiring outcomes and inclusion effectiveness.
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Best Tech Startup (Philadelphia) | BSD Education is dedicated to empowering the kids of today with the tools for tomorrow. They partner with schools globally to make it easy to integrate tech and coding into all subjects, without the need to hire skilled professionals. To do this, they have developed innovative and engaging curriculum, offer professional development and have built an online learning platform.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | At LogicManager, we’re extremely proud of our mission-driven culture. We provide risk management software that empowers companies to protect their customers every time they step on a bus, eat at a restaurant, or trust an organization in any way.
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Best Tech Startup (Chicago) | After becoming the 2009 Northwestern University Venture Challenge champion, NuCurrent has gone on to change the way that people interact with electronics (e.g. mobile phones, wearables, IoT, cars), by removing the power cord. As engineers and product managers look to build in wireless power capabilities into their products (from mobile phones, wearables, IoT to cars), they’re continuing to turn to NuCurrent because we provide certainty and clarity on getting their products to market with superior wireless power performance, faster time-to-market, and cost-effectively. We not only help customers get their wireless power-enabled products to market quickly but win in their markets by giving them a competitive advantage in wireless power.
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Best Tech Manager (NYC) | Manny is an excellent manager and colleague who is able to balance complex technological issues, team dynamics and client requests. He executes with a very positive spirit, humor respect for the whole company and strong technical know-how. This attitude is felt throughout the technical teams and helps making this a great company to work at. He helps his team to grow by coaching, sharing experience and giving his team time and space to work on innovation projects.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Toronto) | With respect to the Toronto tech community, BrainStation promotes innovation by providing the community with an avenue to explore and create creative solutions in data, marketing, product, design, and development. In turn, this creates a network of innovators who are able to bounce ideas off one another, contributing to an ever-growing tech community. As a Digital Learning Company, BrainStation embodies all the values of a learner. The company understands that learning is not one-dimensional, but rather multi-faceted. Learning requires different approaches (in-campus, online), flexibility (weekdays nights, weekends), and different areas of knowledge. BrainStation is able to address all of these while ensuring the best content for its students.
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Best Tech Startup (Boston) | Notarize fully embraces and celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit, building a diverse team with backgrounds in tech start-ups, engineering academia, public policy and real estate.
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Best Tech Startup (Washington DC) | United Income is an innovative startup in the online investment management and financial planning space. It was founded by Matt Fellowes, a seasoned financial services executive who sold his previous fintech startup, HelloWallet, for over $50 million. Since its 2017 launch, United Income has been featured in over 150 media stories highlighting its executives’ insights and employee-written reports. The company now manages $420M in assets.
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Best Tech Manager (Toronto) | Steph Director, UI/UX at Coinsquare provides autonomy to her team by holding team bonding meals/exercises/get-togethers, where growth is discussed with external mentors as well as herself. She provides lunch and learns and open dialogue. Steph supports the teams ideas, test pilots them, and frequently encouragers new ideas. She fosters a culture of bringing new ideas to the table, failing quick and iterating to inspire innovation.
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Best Tech Startup (Washington DC) | In 2014, it was clear that one of the biggest opportunities was connecting the digital world with local commerce. The founders of Ritual saw significant opportunity to transform the restaurant industry and digitize local commerce, following in the footsteps of the way the retail industry was transformed. After seeing large companies, like Starbucks, heavily investing in their digital solutions, they knew there was opportunity to help local restaurants compete.
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Best Tech Manager (Chicago) | Alan Spadoni, Director of Engineering, personally trains each new developer on the team so they can not only succeed at Buildout, but also wherever else their careers may take them. His passion is innovation, and he hopes to foster the talent that develops the next big technology, even if it’s outside of Buildout.
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Best Tech Startup (Silicon Valley) | ZeeMee is all about giving people the freedom to do their best work. From the moment you enter the Halls of Orange, you are greeted by the bright ZeeMee industrial steel sign and the infamous gong of lore. From the candy wall for a little snackie to the giant orange bean bag for a nappy, you are getting your eat and rest on throughout the day. Though our pong game is strong, our Spike Ball game is legendary. Many a good hour has been spent on the Spike arena, aka, the parking lot. When that free lunch rolls in at noon, we huddle to rock it out on HQ. We have 4 team wins to date, amounting to a massive fortune of $33.62. We don't serve dinner or breakfast, because you need to get out of the Halls of Orange and live your life! And for the love of all that is sacred, unplug! But I digress.
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Best Tech Manager (Washington DC) | Karle truly helps promote career growth - he values you as a person, gets to know where your interests and skills lie, and how to get your skills aligned with your interests. He keeps you in mind as a human being, and not just an employee of a company that he works as a Director for. However, that being said, he truly encompasses Custom Ink’s three core values: Golden Rule, Ownership, and Innovation. He takes it upon himself to make sure that the people under him are informed, productive, and most importantly, happy! He is always very transparent about the business, and you can count on an honest and thoughtful answer for any question you may have. He is proactive about sharing company roadmaps and initiatives before you even ask about them. He also asks questions during meetings for the benefit of us who are too shy to ask.
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Best Tech Work Culture (San Francisco) | To promote technical innovation, Oath commits to designing for consumers first. Oath listens to consumers through research, user engagement and user feedback as a base for their product development. Oath also frequently works with the open source community, tech industry counterparts and academic peers to gauge their feedback so they can build better products.
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Craig Stapleton has worked at Advantech for 27 years and his decades of knowledge and positive interactions with clients have helped shape the company’s roadmap and guided the future direction of its gaming solutions. Craig exemplifies strong leadership through his attention to detail, exceptional mentorship practices, and emphasis on cross-training and maximizing his team’s individual skill sets.
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Best Tech Manager (Silicon Valley) | Dani created the Engineer LifeCycle project at Mercari that looks into each engineer's career goals and creates a concrete plan to make it happen by providing special support to individuals.
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Best Tech Work Culture (Boston) | Mendix developed a digital maturity assessment to guide their customers though a session that makes it easier to identify what applications they would like to build using the Mendix low-code platform. They consider all aspects of the team and organization with what they call the 4"ps" - people, process, platform and portfolio of applications.
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Best Tech Startup (Chicago) | vPeer is first-to-market with a high-quality, virtual peer-to-peer mentoring platform. Our Match-Meet-Mentor process is evidence-based, and initial users say it is fun!
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Best Tech Manager (Orange County) | Mikko inspires a positive work culture, in which employees are encouraged to voice our ideas and cultivate a close-knit, friendly work environment. He acts as a knowledgeable resource to every employee and will help with input on projects he is not directly working on. From working through problems to discussing methodologies and project architectures, Mikko is always reliable and ready to walk through a challenge with anyone on the team.
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Best Workplace for Diversity (San Francisco) | At Quizlet, they believe investing in a diverse workforce creates a strong and innovative community and gives them a competitive advantage. Their efforts start with measurement — being able to track at every stage of the candidate experience and understanding what is working and where they are falling short.
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Best Tech Manager (Los Angeles) | Jordan is a dedicated people first leader who really cares and promotes internal learning and individual growth within his team. He gives back to the community in the form of large charity events as well as company beach cleans and outings that connect the team even deeper as people.
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Best Tech Work Culture (NYC) |AgilityIO has expert knowledge of the latest design tools and keeps up-to-date on the latest social impact news from around the globe. Through Slack, AgilityIO shares new products and tools with each other that might streamline their workflow. For each client, they host an individual, innovative product discovery workshop to develop the MVP. Through market research and defining the end goal, AgilityIO has been able to find that niche market that will push a successful product launch.
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Best Tech Manager (Silicon Valley) | Roman Kisin is Parley Pro’s CTO and leads the product development team. He is a great tech leader not only because he has the technical chops, but because he truly believes that everyone on his team is great. Roman come to work every day with a positive outlook and passes his contagious attitude to his team.
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Best Workplace for Diversity (Orange County) | Today we are a worldwide company, with headquarters here in Irvine, engineering offices in Israel, and sales offices in the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, Brazil, Japan, and more. Despite these many locations and the diversity of our backgrounds, the company is unified by our common purpose. From our patented virtual private storage array technology, to the introduction of the world's first enterprise storage-as-a-service offering, at Zadara we're on a mission to provide ‘zero-risk’ enterprise data storage and management.
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Best Tech Startup (Los Angeles) | UpKeep is a mobile-first solution for maintenance management. Our user-friendly solution allows users to snap a picture of a broken piece of equipment, create a work order, and send it off to a technician for repair - all from a mobile device.
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Best Tech Workplace for Diversity (NYC) | Since its inception, VirtualHealth has been dedicated to nurturing an employee-centric culture that places a high value on diversity. Notably, women comprise 50 percent of the company’s leadership team and 45 percent of its total employees. Based on Inc. magazine’s 2018 Best Workplaces employee survey, 90 percent of VirtualHealth’s female employees see professional growth and career development with the company. VirtualHealth was also listed as 2018 Best Place to Work in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare.
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