Axxess Ranks #5 as Best Place to Work

A leading technology innovator in the healthcare industry, Axxess ranked #5 as an IT company with 1,000 or fewer employees (Photo courtesy of axxess.com).

The Best Places to Work in IT is an annual ranking of the top 100 work environments for technology professionals by Insider Pro and Computerworld.  

A leading technology innovator in the healthcare industry, Axxess, headquartered in Dallas, ranked #5 as an IT company with 1,000 or fewer employees.  

Axxess is the leading technology innovator for healthcare at home, providing solutions that help improve care for more than 2 million patients worldwide. Trusted by more than 7,000 organizations, Axxess offers a complete suite of easy-to-use, enterprise software solutions that empower home health, home care, and hospice providers to grow their business while making lives better.” 

The list is compiled based on a comprehensive questionnaire regarding company offerings in benefits, career development, training, and retention.  

In addition, extensive surveys of IT workers were conducted with their responses factoring heavily in determining the rankings. 

To make the list, Axxess excelled in these five human resources areas: career development, benefits, retention, diversity, and training.  

Benefits: The range of benefits offered includes sabbaticals, eldercare and childcare, health and vision plans, and employee satisfaction with the content of benefits. 

Career development: Mentoring programs, tuition reimbursement for college classes and technical certifications, promotions within IT, employee satisfaction with tuition reimbursement, opportunities for career growth, and management’s involvement in career development. 

Diversity: Percentage of women and minorities in staff and managerial positions; employee perceptions that management treats everyone regardless of race or gender. 

Retention: Frequency of employee satisfaction surveys, turnover rate, promotions, morale, employee satisfaction with work/life balance, sabbaticals, job-sharing, and telecommuting programs. 

Training: Number of training days, training budget, employee satisfaction with training and access to training, satisfaction with reimbursement for certification training, and satisfaction with continuing education programs. 

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