The Spanish Group
Translation service working in global trade, law and immigration provides precise, fast and cost-effective translations in more than 90 languages.
Health and wellness data services provider serving government with analytics, system integration, program management and more.
WHY WE THINK WE'RE A GREAT PLACE TO WORK
MicroHealth is a Best Place to Work because it is an organization that is committed to people. Executives ensure employees are provided the best information to make the best decisions for their job. In the kitchen, employees have access to a variety of snacks, quick lunch options, coffees, juices, soda and water. Down the hall, there is a TV and game console to allow employees to take a break and clear their mind when needed. Additionally, as a small organization, the executives are heavily involved with the day to day operations and are always accessible and willing to provide their expertise to anyone that asks. Employees are also able to learn, grow and more importantly, cross train if they prefer. There are times when one may feel stagnant in their role, want to learn another job because of its increased demand, or just interested in expanding their personal knowledge. Many employees have come into the organization in one role however have requested to cross train in a completely different area and thus transitioned into a role within that new focus. We value people and help them to positively affect others through their work in providing technology that improves healthcare.
Provides a web-based user interface to simplify sharing patient information between healthcare providers, reducing errors and wasted time.
Fifth Wheel Freight
A third-party logistics and transportation provider headquartered in Grand Rapids, MI, offering LTL/FTL shipping, intermodal, drayage, domestic and international ground/air freight services.
An ad tech company providing direct inventory sources, diverse product lines and creative designed for scale.
In 2020, TripleLift began identifying bad actors spreading misinformation and hate speech and removing them from its platform. This move came at the expense of future revenue, but it was essential to maintain company values. TripleLift also launched a curated package of programmatic ad impressions called #HelpJournalism. The initiative directed ad dollars straight to news publishers, who've seen their revenues diminish as content has gone digital, in the service of supporting journalism as a vital function of society.