Health Catalyst has been recognized by Newsweek and data firm Plant-A Insights Group as one of the Greatest Workplaces for Job Starters.
This inaugural award is based on the responses of employees with a working experience of five years or less currently employed at companies with at least 1,000 employees. This award represents 400 companies across numerous disciplines and areas of interest.
“Health Catalyst was built with great intention to be a wonderful place to build a career, and we are honored to be chosen as a best place to work. This recognition validates our Cultural Attributes of continuous learning and being a hard worker. These attributes are foundational to our company culture, and the value we place in continued education, training, and the professional development of our world-class team members,” said Chief People Officer Linda Llewelyn.
Health Catalyst recognizes the tremendous value that job starters bring to organizations and invites those interested in joining the company to visit the Health Catalyst Careers page.
In addition to career-advancing opportunities, Health Catalyst offers team members a comprehensive benefits package to make Health Catalyst team members feel welcome the first time they log in to their computers.
Some of these benefits include a flexible work schedule, numerous affinity groups, and an educational allowance to team members for any manager-approved educational opportunity. Health Catalyst supports team members’ mental health and well-being by providing subscriptions to Headspace, a meditation app, and Tava, a mental health service, at no cost to team members. Tava is available to all team members, their partners, and all eligible age dependents. Health Catalyst offers these benefits as a commitment to fostering a culture that is diverse, equitable, and inclusive.
In addition to Newsweek’s recognition, Health Catalyst was recently named to Women Tech Council’s Shatter List, Inspire in Utah’s 100 Companies Championing Women in Utah, and one of Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare.
To learn more about Newsweek’s Greatest Workplaces for Job Starters list, visit Newsweek.