32 North Texas Companies Make List of 2022 Best Workplaces in Texas » Dallas Innovates

Great Place to Work and Fortune Magazine released their list of 2022 Best Places to Work in Texas, and 32 of them are in North Texas, including 10 of the top 25 companies on the list.

To produce the list, Fortune partnered with analytics firm Great Place to Work, based in Oakland, Calif., to assess and certify thousands of organizations across America.

More than one million employee survey responses and data was collected from U.S. companies representing more than 6.1 million employees to create the 2022 list.

“The survey allows employees to share confidential quantitative and qualitative feedback on their organization’s culture by responding to 60 statements on a 5-point scale and answering two open-ended questions,” says Great Place to Work. “Collectively, these statements describe an excellent employee experience, defined by high levels of trust, respect, credibility, fairness, pride and camaraderie. Additionally, companies provide organizational data such as size, location, industry, demographics, roles, and levels.

You can read the list to find employee reviews of each company.

Major companies honored from North Texas include (drum roll please):

Number 4: Texas Health Resources (Arlington)

No. 5: Vizient (Irving)

Number 6: Ryan SARL (dalas)

No. 8: PrimeLending, a plains capital company (dalas)

No. 13: Mr. Cooper (Nationstar Mortgage) (Copell)

No. 17: Enhabit Home Health & Hospice (dalas)

No. 19: Hilti (Plano)

No. 20: Alcon Laboratories (Fort Worth)

No. 23: Baylor Scott and White Health (dalas)

No. 25: Chicken head insurance (West Lake)

Of the 50 small and medium businesses on the list, 22 are in North Texas. They understand:

No. 1: Credera (Addison)

No. 2: Give (dalas)

No. 3: Publishing concepts, LP (dalas)

Number 4: Pariveda Solutions (dalas)

Number 6: Highland houses (Plano)

No. 10: Freese and Nichols (Fort Worth)

No. 12: Dialexa (dalas)

No. 13: Granite Properties (Plano)

No. 18: Embark LLC (dalas)

No. 19: ProPath (dalas)

No. 20: CerPassRX (The colony)

No. 24: Pelitas (Plano)

No. 26: 5 (Irving)

No. 31: Yoz (dalas)

No. 34: Vetoquinol USA (Fort Worth)

No. 35: CareerStaff Unlimited (Irving)

No. 37: Titan Houses (Carrollton)

No. 39: The original creperie – DFW (Richardson)

No. 41: New Western Acquisitions (Irving)

No. 45: Municipal credit union (dalas)

No. 47: Astanza Laser (dalas)

No. 50: Bowden, Inc. (Keller)

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