For the second year in a row, YouEarnedIt has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Austin, Texas.



After last year’s win, we reflected on what makes a company a great place to work. This year’s win was groovy for three reasons — apropos of the “groovy 70’s” theme of the award event, which our team fully embraced:


1. We’re validating our mission

At YouEarnedIt, we’re building an employee experience platform with a mission to improve the lives of employees everywhere, one company at a time. As a company, we’re not trying to pad our trophy case — finding ourselves on Best Places to Work or Top Company Cultures lists is a validating KPI.

2. We’re scaling right

In a year of tremendous growth for our team, cracking the top 10 in a new Best Places to Work business size category was incredibly reassuring. As we’ve grown, the YouEarnedIt platform has helped us scale our company culture.

3. We’re in good company

Being a repeat Best Places to Work award winner was an honor, but showing up to these ceremonies and seeing a growing list of YouEarnedIt users among the winners is inspiring. Congrats to our customers Aquila Commercial, Kasasa, RetailMeNot, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas on becoming the Best Places to Work in Austin.

We’ll see you next year.

About YouEarnedIt
YouEarnedIt is the employee experience platform powered by the science of motivation and the mission of improving the lives of employees everywhere, one company at a time. Founded in 2013, YouEarnedIt grows company culture and improves bottom-line performance metrics through its robust engagement platform that delivers recognition, rewards, incentives, and team insights. Named to Entrepreneur Magazine’s list of Best Company Cultures in 2017, the Austin-based SaaS company and its technology platform are built on the four pillars of employee experience: connection, meaning, impact, and appreciation. To request a demo, visit www.youearnedit.com/demo.

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Skyler Rogers