The digital health company featured in the inaugural ranking of America’s Best Startup Employers.
TAMPA, Fla (March 11, 2020) -- Peerfit, the digital health company that works with employers and insurance carriers to fully fund fitness experiences for their employees and members, announced today that the organization has landed on a new list of America’s Best Startup Employers by Forbes.
Forbes partnered with market research company Statista to identify up-and-coming companies across the country, reviewing over 2,500 American businesses to select a final list of 500.
Peerfit ranked 209 based on employer reputations, employee satisfaction, and growth.
The firm researched articles, blogs and social media posts about each employer, focusing on topics such as “corporate culture” and “employee engagement.” Statista also evaluated employee satisfaction through reviews on sites such as Glassdoor and Indeed, in addition to examining growth based on organizations’ website traffic and headcounts over a two-year period.
In the past, Peerfit has been voted one of the “Best Places to Work” by the Tampa Bay Business Journal two years in a row, “Top Company Cultures” for 2018 by Entrepreneur, “Best Company Leadership”, “Best Company Managers”, “Best CEOs for Women”, “Best CEOs for Diversity” among others by Comparably, and "Great Place to Work® Certification" by Great Place to Work Institute®.
Peerfit is the market leader in connecting employers and carriers with personalized fitness experiences. Through their digital platform, insurance carriers, brokers and employers can redefine their benefits offerings by giving employees and members access to a network of fitness studios, gyms and streaming services – offering a variety of classes and experiences that cater to all levels of fitness and activity. For more information, visit peerfit.com or peerfitmove.com.