For the third consecutive year, Satori Capital was named to Pensions & Investments’ “Best Places to Work in Money Management” honor roll. The award evaluates each nominated company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, and demographics, and conducts an employee survey to measure the team’s experience.
“All of the firms being recognized this year are leaders when it comes to creating a great place to work,” said Amy Resnick, editor of Pensions & Investments. “It was great to see reflected in the survey comments how significant it is for employees to feel valued by their employer. It shows what really makes a company a best place to work.”
A profile about Satori in the December 11 issue of Pensions & Investments highlighted several firm programs and offerings, including flexible scheduling, well-being coaches, and “Satori Sweats,” which features team workouts and provides an allowance toward a gym membership. The article also noted Satori’s emphasis on communication, feedback, and coaching, as well as its commitment to its purpose.
“We have a clear sense of who we are, why we are here, and what we aspire to do,” said Randy Eisenman, co-founder and managing partner of Satori Capital. Citing Satori’s deep engagement with many of its portfolio companies, Eisenman added, “We aim to be true strategic partners. This requires a workplace that is transparent and service-oriented and a recruiting process that is led by our values.”
The Pensions & Investments award is one of several Satori has received for workplace excellence. In addition to previous honors from P&I in 2015 and 2016, the firm was included on the Dallas Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work in North Texas” list for 2017 and was named to FW Inc.’s list of “Best Companies to Work For in Fort Worth” in both 2016 and 2017.