Thoma Bravo’s Hyland Ranks No. 48 on Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For”

Who needs Silicon Valley’s sky-high rents and traffic? This Ohio-based business software firm, which counts clients like the Mayo Clinic and Sherwin Williams, offers employees perks like flex days, paid sabbaticals, on-site fitness classes, and a clinic with a nurse, chiropractor, physical therapist, dietician and health coach. Hyland pays up to $10k in tuition reimbursement for employees and provides between 50-77 hours of training each year. Most work in its headquarters located near Cleveland. CEO Bill Priemer holds roundtable lunches with groups of workers throughout the year, and sometimes spontaneously invites employees to fun workday breaks like cornhole tournaments, paper airplane contests, and games of dodgeball. Read the Great Place to Work review here.

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