For the third time, Satori Capital was included in the Dallas Business Journal‘s annual list of the 100 Best Places to Work in North Texas. The list honors businesses that “value their employees like family” and “embrace their core culture.” Winners were announced at a socially distant drive-in celebration at Texas Motor Speedway on November 12, 2020.
“In a year like this one, we are more grateful than ever for our team of top performers who have shown that they can create extraordinary outcomes even during challenging times,” said Satori co-founder Randy Eisenman. “We leaned in to our supportive, collaborative, and connected culture this year to help our amazing team members thrive in unprecedented circumstances, and awards like this one reflect the success of that collective effort. We couldn’t be more proud of our Satori family.”
Audience members in cars watch a presentation at the the drive-in event
Companies included in the Dallas Business Journal‘s 2020 list were selected based on information submitted by company representatives and on anonymous employee surveys reviewed by Quantum Workplace, a national research firm that managed the contest. Quantum’s survey measured six key employee engagement categories: team dynamics, trust in leadership, communication, resources, manager effectiveness, and personal engagement. To view the full list of honorees, click here.
This is one of several awards Satori has received for workplace excellence. The firm has been named to Pensions & Investments‘ “Best Places to Work in Money Management” list five years in a row and to Fort Worth Inc.‘s “Best Companies to Work for in Fort Worth” list every year since 2016. Satori also ranked #4 in 2019 and 2020 on the “100 Best Companies to Work for in Texas” list, a program created by Texas Monthly, the Texas Association of Business, the Texas Society for Human Resource Management, and Best Companies Group.
Disclaimer: The Best Places to Work honor is awarded by the Dallas Business Journal to businesses in the North Texas Area, including Satori Capital. Winners were assessed through an anonymous employee survey that measured key areas of an organization’s culture ranging from compensation and benefits to trust in senior leadership. Similar independent employee surveys were conducted for the Pensions & Investments, FW Inc., and Texas Monthly awards. Satori Capital did not pay to participate in any ranking, and employee participation in all surveys was completely voluntary.