Satori Capital was awarded the top spot in the Medium Employers category in 2023’s “Best Places to Work in Texas,” a program conducted by Best Companies Group.  The program spotlights organizations that excel at fostering outstanding workplace environments, as measured by in-depth, anonymous employee engagement and satisfaction surveys.

“We are humbled and thrilled to receive this recognition acknowledging how strongly we value and appreciate our extraordinary team members,” said Satori co-founder Randy Eisenman.  “We know our team continually goes above and beyond for our investors and other stakeholders, and we feel it is only right that we go above and beyond for them.”

Programs and benefits Satori provides to its team members include chef-prepared healthy lunches, a yearly $1,000 wellness allowance, weekly on-site chiropractor visits, quarterly Optimal Living Days, and annual charitable donations on each team member’s birthday.  The firm’s “Satori Serves” program also organizes charitable activities for team members, such as participating in the Salvation Army Angel Tree program and processing donations at the North Texas Food Bank.

The “Best Places to Work in Texas” award is one of numerous awards Satori has received for workplace excellence.  Satori has been named to Pensions & Investments’ “Best Places to Work in Money Management” list for nine years in a row and to FW Inc.’s “Best Companies to Work for in Fort Worth” list every year since 2016.  Satori was also certified as a “Great Place to Work” by the Great Place to Work organization in 2021, 2022, and 2023.

Click here to read more about the 2023 “Best Companies to Work for in Texas,” including other honorees.


Disclaimer: The Best Places to Work in Texas honor was awarded by Best Companies Group in December of 2023.  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 magazine, FW Inc. magazine, and Great Place to Work awards.  Satori Capital did not pay to participate in any ranking, and employee participation in all surveys was completely voluntary.