Documo, a leading provider of embedded document-driven solutions for health tech innovators and healthcare providers, today announced that it has been recognized as a 2022 Comparably Award winner in the Best Perks & Benefits category. The Comparably Awards are based entirely on employee feedback across nearly 20 core culture metrics from leadership and work environment to compensation and outlook.
“Being a customer-centric company begins with a focus on company culture,” explains Shane Fitch, President of Documo. “We have created a work environment that values employees and empowers them to make decisions, solve problems and improve our products. Additionally, we support our team with benefit programs that ensure work -life balance.”
Benefits highlighted by Documo employees include 100% remote working, substantial matching 401k programs, annual Documo international retreats, unmetered time off and competitive health benefits.
“Documo strives to be a people-first organization that provides a flexible and supportive ecosystem where employees are empowered to share ideas and help each other,” notes Carol Donnelly, Documo’s Director of People & Operations. "The Comparably award highlights our prioritization of employee well-being, and indicates that our efforts make Documo a desirable place to work."
With innovative solutions that plug right into customers’ existing workflows, Documo designs document technologies that help health tech organizations solve every aspect of document workflow. The Documo suite currently includes mFax, an industry-leading online fax platform, as well as mSign for digital signatures, and mDrive for secure online storage.
About Comparably Awards
Comparably Awards is an annual series launched in late 2017 highlighting the best CEOs and places to work by those who know best – employees. Based solely on sentiment feedback provided by current employees who anonymously rated their employers on Comparably.com, workers answer structured questions (in yes/no, true/false, 1-10 scale, and multiple-choice formats) spanning 16 different workplace topics, from compensation, perks, and benefits to work-life balance, career growth, and leadership. Each answer is then given a numerical score and compared to companies of similar size. The final data set of winners are compiled from over 15 million ratings across 70,000 companies within a 12-month period.