Satori Capital has been included in the inaugural list of “Best Places for Working Parents,” a designation that honors Fort Worth businesses that support working parents through events, policies, and/or family resources.

Satori was recognized for its Optimal Living Program, which is designed to support the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being of team members. Through that program and as an integral part of the firm’s culture, Satori emphasizes the importance of a fully integrated life and encourages team members to prioritize both family and career. Satori provides flexible hours and work-from-home capabilities as well as 25 days of paid time off annually. In addition, Satori’s offices close for all major holidays, including the entire week between Christmas and New Year’s Day. Satori also recently launched a pilot program to offer team members back-up child care and assistance with errands, freeing valuable time that they can spend with their families.

“We take a comprehensive approach to supporting the well-being of our team members,” said Satori co-founder Randy Eisenman. “We know that if our team members are happy and healthy, they perform better and enjoy their work and lives more. For this reason, we are deeply committed to finding creative ways to help our employees find balance and harmony – whether it’s providing child care for them, offering flexible hours, or something as simple as delivering dry cleaning to the office – so they can use their free time to be with family, take care of themselves, and build fulfilling lives.”

The “Best Places for Working Parents” recognition program is part of a City of Fort Worth initiative to support families and working parents.

Disclaimer: The Best Places for Working Parents™ designation is awarded by The Best Places for Working Parents to businesses, including Satori Capital, that meet its criteria through a voluntary assessment of family-friendly policies. The Best Places for Working Parents™ believes businesses receiving the designation are pioneering the next generation of workforce trends that enable working parents, families, businesses, and communities to thrive. Satori Capital did not pay to participate in any ranking, and the assessment was voluntary.