We’re thrilled to announce that Wrapbook has been named one of “America’s Best Startup Employers” by Forbes. To build the fourth annual list, the team at Forbes evaluated more than 2,600 U.S. businesses on three criteria: employer reputation, employee satisfaction, and company growth. Only the top 500 startups in the country make the cut, and what’s more, companies can’t apply to be considered for a spot! Rather, the list is based purely on research done in partnership with Statista, a market research company that analyzes more than 7 million data points to determine which 500 companies earn the title “Best Startup Employer.”
And we're please to share that Wrapbook ranks #201!!
The company is new enough that we still have interesting problems to solve, and a code base you can wrap your head around, but established enough to offer security, careers, and lots of smart and friendly collaborators to work with. Change is constant, and some of it is based off your ideas and initiatives. ~Danielle Bakhazi, Engineering Manager
The Best Startup list is designed to help prospective employees find startups that offer both innovation and stability. As an innovative company with strong leadership and a people-first philosophy, Wrapbook is proud to be both a stable place to work and a cutting-edge fintech solution. With a deliberate focus on psychological safety and empathic leadership, we focus on aligning each Wrapbooker’s strengths with the company’s overall goals, so that our people and business thrive together.
“America’s Best Startup Employers” were selected by comparing the best-performing startups using defined KPI’s.The detailed evaluation was based on:
To be considered, companies had to exhibit a startup structure, employ at least 50 people, be headquartered in the U.S., and be founded between 2013 and 2020.
We’re thrilled to be recognized on the list with so many amazing startups, and look forward to continuing to be a best-in-class employer in the years to come.
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