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WELL Health was named to the 2020 Central Coast Best Places to Work by Pacific Coast Business Times.

WELL joined the ranks of LinkedIn, AppFolio, Carpe Data, and The Trade Desk on the Best Places to Work list of 50 large and small employers on the Central Coast.

“It’s such an honor to be listed alongside so many exceptional companies,” said Guillaume de Zwirek, WELL founder and CEO. “We have an innovative team, and we’re not only adapting to the changing realities of business but also ensuring our clients thrive.”

Pacific Coast Business Times ranked businesses on employee participation and responses.

“We’ve paid close attention to the new realities of the workplace and our honorees have all, in their own way, overcome the challenges of working from home, safe distancing and adapting to the needs of their employees,” said Henry Dubroff, Pacific Coast Business Times Editor.

A live event honoring the Central Coast Best Places to Work recipients will be scheduled at a future date.

WELL employees chimed in on what makes working at WELL so special:

What is your favorite part about working at WELL?

“In any department here, you find people who are very good at what they do and more importantly very passionate about the work that is done,” Stephanie Trujillo 

“I love what we’re doing, the impact I’m having on millions of patients. I love how if you have an idea, it can be implemented here at WELL. There is freedom of thought. Everyone has an open-door policy. If you need to talk to someone on the WELL team, you’ll get that time with them — whether they’re the CEO or an intern, everyone is always open to a conversation,” Grant Lilya

“[Guillaume] is open and not just looking out for what’s best for himself or the company, but also the people who work at the company. I think that applies to our culture here. We care about people. We have a high bar for hiring new people and high expectations, and we treat each other well. That’s one of the reasons I’m still here — we have a good product and good people,” Zack Leman

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