Half of the state’s top 20 small and midsize employers to work for are right here in Dallas-Fort Worth, according to a new ranking.
Great Place to Work, which helps employers improve their workplace culture, and Fortune magazine teamed up to select the Best Companies to Work For in 2022 in two categories: small and midsize employers, and large employers.
In Texas, Addison-based Credera, a consulting firm for businesses, topped the list for small and midsize employers.
The Great Place to Work listing for Credera highlights a comment from one employee who praises the company’s culture. People at the company “are so smart yet so humble,” the employee says, and exhibit “positive can-do attitudes a real heart for making an impact on each other, on our clients, and on our communities.”
“There is an extremely high level of trust within the company and with our clients. It is an amazing place to work,” the reviewer adds.
The only small-to-midsize company in Fort Worth proper to make the list is engineering-consulting firm Freese and Nichols, which came in at No. 10. Fort Worth's only large company to make the list was Alcon Laboratories, which landed at No. 20.
Arlington-based Texas Health Resources ranked No. 4 on the list of large employers.
Here’s the list of the top 20 small and midsize employers on the list of the Best Companies to Work For:
- Credera, Addison
- Bestow, life insurance company, Dallas
- Publishing Concepts, collector of oral histories, Dallas
- Pariveda Solutions, business and technology consulting firm, Dallas
- 49 Financial, financial planning provider, Austin
- Highland Homes, homebuilder, Plano
- AIM, provider of special education services, San Antonio
- Republic State Mortgage, mortgage provider, Houston
- Continued, provider of online continuing education, Houston
- Freese and Nichols, engineering, planning, and consulting firm, Fort Worth
- OJO Labs, home search platform, Austin
- Dialexa, digital product consulting firm, Dallas
- Granite Properties, commercial real estate developer, investor, and manager, Plano
- E.A.G. Services, oil and gas consulting firm, Houston
- Ontic Technologies, producer of “protective intelligence” software, Austin
- PROS, provider of AI-based software for e-commerce, Houston
- Scribe Media, book publisher, Austin
- Embark, business advisory firm, Dallas
- ProPath, operator of pathology practices, Dallas
- CerpassRX, pharmacy benefits manager, The Colony
Here’s the list of the top 20 large employers in Texas, according to Great Place to Work and Fortune:
- David Weekley Homes, homebuilder, Houston
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise, provider of business IT, Spring
- Camden Property Trust, apartment owner and operator, Houston
- Texas Health Resources, healthcare system, Arlington
- Vizient, healthcare consulting firm, Irving
- Ryan LLC, tax services and consulting firm, Dallas
- Hilcorp Energy, energy exploration and production company, Houston
- PrimeLending, a Plains Capital Company, mortgage lender, Dallas
- Cornerstone Home Lending, mortgage lender, Houston
- Transwestern, commercial real estate company, Houston
- Dell Technologies, seller of personal computers, network servers, data storage services, and software, Round Rock
- NuStar Energy, pipeline and terminal operator, San Antonio
- Mr. Cooper (Nationstar Mortgage), mortgage lender, Coppell
- Lone Star College, community college system, Houston
- USAA, financial services provider, San Antonio
- Sailpoint, provider of identity security software, Austin
- Enhabit Home Health & Hospice, home health and hospice provider, Dallas
- Epicor Software, provider of software for business process management, Austin
- Hilti, provider of tools and technology for construction companies, Plano
- Alcon Laboratories, producer of eye care products, Fort Worth
Great Place to Work selected the Best Companies to Work For in 2022 based on feedback from employee surveys and data from Great Place to Work-certified employers.
“As workers struggle with the Great Resignation, burnout, and COVID disruptions, these exceptional companies offer workplace experiences as strong as prior to the pandemic,” says company CEO Michael Bush.