Frontier Capital’s Viverae Makes Fortune’s Best Places To Work List

July 31, 2015

Congratulations to Viverae, which just earned the 18th position on Fortune Magazine’s list of “Best Places to Work” in the healthcare industry!

According to the magazine, Viverae’s ranking is due to praise by the vast majority of its 315 employees who, in “this friendly, team-oriented workplace, are given a lot of responsibility, wear workout gear to the office and give the top brass high marks for business smarts.”

Fortune and Great Places to Work team up each year to create the list, which is determined by a survey sent randomly to employees about their attitudes on management’s credibility, overall job satisfaction, and camaraderie, as well as pay, benefit programs and a series of open-ended questions about hiring practices, methods of internal communications, training, etc. More than 30,000 healthcare employees participated.

The Dallas-based Viverae sells a platform that helps employers better manage their workers’ health costs by promoting healthier lifestyles. As a result, according to the Fortune review, “It comes as no surprise that it sets a tone of wellness for its own workers.”

Here are a few examples of some of the positive statements Viverae employees shared that helped Fortune determine its ranking:

  • “Management is visible and practice what they preach about staying healthy, exercising, educating and offering plenty of opportunity for activities throughout the day. I see management taking part in physical activities regularly, as well as highly encouraging staff to partake as well.”
  • “I know I can pick up the phone and talk to any level of personnel or management and talk about an issue and know that I am heard. I am asked my opinion or what action I would take before the action is taken. We talk it through and make a plan and make it happen.”
  • “Viverae offers a health-oriented work environment and encourages employees to be their best. We work together as a team to get things done. Voices are heard during all ups and downs. We are as quick to praise one another as we are to hold one another accountable to a high standard of service.”

To read the full review, visit