How the fit-tech, health-tech, and well-tech sectors are taking company culture to another dimension, and why you’ll want to be shown in the door.
Our series of six articles, looking at progressive, future-forward brands that are taking their company cultures to a whole new dimension, continues with another trailblazer. In this, Part 4, we look at Noom.
We couldn’t talk about company culture without including Noom, the pioneering behavior change company disrupting the weight loss and healthcare industries. In the past three years, Noom has racked up an almighty list of accolades as a great place to work:
#21 in Fortune Best Workplaces in Technology™ 2021 (Large)
#22 in Great Place to Work's Best Workplaces in Texas™ 2021 (Large)
#86 in Great Place to Work's Best Workplaces for Parents™ 2020
#7 in Fortune Best Workplaces for Women™ 2020 (Large)
#16 in Fortune Best Workplaces for Millennials™ 2020 (Large)
#9 in Fortune Best Workplaces in New York™ 2020 (Large)
#11 in Great Place to Work's Best Workplaces in Texas™ 2020 (Large)
#20 in Fortune Best Workplaces in Technology™ 2020 (Large)
#54 in Best Workplaces for Diversity™ 2019
According to the Great Place to Work 2019 U.S. National Employee Engagement Study, 96% of employees at Noom say it is a great place to work compared to 59% of employees at a typical U.S.-based company. That’s a whole 40% higher – Jeeeeze!
One employee said:
“I’ve never felt more supported and valued as a person than I do at Noom. I truly feel that if I were to ever have an issue, I could go to management and be heard and feel valued for my opinion. They truly care about their employees and our families.”
The most prominent words used to describe the Noom working environment (drawn from the Trust Index™ survey) are culture, feel, people, and care. Says it all, really.
Noom, we salute you!