Katie Evans-Reber

Katie Evans-Reber

We are excited to announce we are among the winners of the annual Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards, a list of the Best Places to Work in 2021.

Unlike other awards, there is no self-nomination or application process, instead it’s entirely based on the feedback our employees have voluntarily and anonymously shared on Glassdoor. To determine the winners of the awards, Glassdoor evaluates all company reviews shared by employees over the past year. Out of the 1.3M companies on Glassdoor globally, we were awarded the #24 spot in the Best Place to Work Small and Medium Companies list in the United States. Only 50 companies with less than 1000 employees were given this recognition.

A huge thank you goes out to all our Whammies (our family of employees) who took the time to share their perspective on what it’s like to work here. We appreciate all the valuable feedback as it only helps us improve. 

Below are just a few words employees shared on Glassdoor that contributed toward the award and make us feel incredibly honored:

  • “I have worked at Wonolo for over two years, and have seen the company grow significantly during that time. The company and the culture have remained true to their roots — valuing the mission (democratizing flexible work for frontline workers), honesty, and transparency throughout.

Employees (or Whammies as we call ourselves) are given the autonomy and trust to do our jobs. And everyone is on the same page and focused on driving impact, no drama.

Management/leadership is receptive of feedback from any and every member of the team. They care that they are doing right by both the team and the business.”

  • “Wonolo is full of leaders who genuinely care about your career and personal growth. Since I joined Wonolo, I always felt that I have full support from everyone in the company regardless of their titles. It’s rare to see a high performing team that also embraces transparency and collaboration. It’s even rarer to realize that the culture elements we talked about during the interviews actually hold themselves true once I joined.”