Jellyvision Lands a Spot on the Inc. Best Workplaces List 2019

Mark Rader Benefits Communication, News & Press

If you hear sustained, delighted screaming sounding from the rooftops of Chicago’s Lincoln Park area, that’s because Jellyvision, maker of interactive financial decisions software ALEX, has earned a spot on the 2019 Inc. Best Workplaces list.

Standing out from more than 2,000 submissions, Jellyvision has been recognized for its outstanding employee benefits, its amazing people-centric culture, and its mission to improve the lives of millions of people all over the country by helping them make smarter decisions about their benefits and their finances.

“We’re beyond excited to receive this recognition,” said Amanda Lannert, CEO at Jellyvision and dedicated master of the humblebrag. “But it’s not just our annual Mustache Day, unlimited vacation policy, or employee band room that makes Jellyvision a great place to work. It’s the fact that we have amazing people who have many choices about where to work, and lucky for us, they choose Jellyvision. We support each other and provide help whenever anyone needs it. And we also do work that matters—we literally make a difference in people’s financial wellness and health decisions that have a lasting impact on their lives.”

More than 1,500 companies nationwide—with over 17 million employees in total—use ALEX, Jellyvision’s interactive communications software. ALEX helps their employees make smart choices about their health insurance plans, voluntary benefits, and savings accounts—like 401(k)s or HSAs. With a mix of behavioral science, helpfulness, and humor, ALEX gets employees to understand, appreciate, and maximize their benefits, all while meaningfully and measurably improving their financial wellness.

In partnership with Quantum Workplace, the annual survey for Best Workplaces by Inc. takes a pulse on topics including trust in senior leadership, career development, change management, and benefits. The results from the questionnaires are gathered and analyzed to identify the highest scoring organizations. More than 2,000 companies were in the running for the Inc. Best Workplaces list this year, and only 346 were named finalists, and Jellyvision is proud to be counted amongst them—screaming proud.

“With today’s tight labor market, building a great company culture is more important than ever,” says Inc. magazine editor and chief, James Ledbetter. “The companies on Inc.’s Best Workplaces list are setting an example the whole world can learn from.”