Comparably Recognizes IntelyCare as a Best Place to Work in Boston

Leading Nurse Workforce Management Company Awarded for Outstanding Company Culture and Professional Growth Opportunities

QUINCY, MA  April 13, 2021 IntelyCare, the leading intelligent workforce management solution for post-acute facilities, has been recognized with the Best Places to Work in Boston 2021 Award from Comparably, a top compensation, culture, and career-monitoring site in the U.S. The designation, determined directly from employee ratings, reflects IntelyCare’s commitment to building a rewarding, inclusive working environment while it charts continued year-over-year record growth and momentum.

“One of IntelyCare’s core values is ‘together we thrive,’ and that spirit has truly been key to our success,” said David Coppins, co-founder, and CEO of IntelyCare. “Making IntelyCare a supportive, engaging, and fun place to work has remained a priority since day one, even as we were remote for the majority of 2020. I’m extremely humbled to know our hardworking, dedicated employees recognize that, and I share this recognition with all of them.”

Winners of Comparably’s Best Places to Work Award are determined based on a series of structured and comprehensive workplace questions in nearly 20 core culture categories including compensation, leadership, professional development, work-life balance, and perks and benefits. Winners are selected based on ratings from employees at all levels and departments.

“Boston is home to so many innovative companies and startups, which makes this honor even more meaningful,” said John Shagoury, president and chief operating officer at IntelyCare. “Our notable growth and achievements, such as our $45M Series B and #41 Inc. 5000 ranking, would not be possible without the contributions of each and every person at IntelyCare. I’m incredibly proud of what the team has already accomplished and I’m excited about where we’re heading together.”

IntelyCare will add approximately 20,000 nurses from across the country to its ranks as it expands to new geographic markets through 2021. To support this growth, the company will increase its corporate workforce by 70%, hiring over 110 employees in Greater Boston and beyond.

Those interested in joining the IntelyCare team can find a full list of open opportunities at https://www.intelycare.com/company/careers/.

About IntelyCare 

IntelyCare is revolutionizing healthcare staffing, scheduling, and training by offering an enterprise workforce management platform combined with a gig-model staffing app for the long-term care market. Fueled by advanced data science, IntelyCare’s technology empowers nursing professionals, facility administrators, and other healthcare heroes to transform the way they work by bringing flexibility, simplicity, and transparency to per-diem scheduling and staffing. Named No. 41 on the Inc. 5000 in 2020 and No. 1 on the Boston Business Journal’s Fast 50 in 2020, IntelyCare is the top-ranked nurse workforce management solution in the country and the fastest-growing private company in Massachusetts.

For more information, visit www.IntelyCare.com.

Contacts
Lindsey Honig
Aria Marketing for IntelyCare
(978) 457-2177
lhonig@ariamarketing.com

 

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