One Drop Named Crain's Best Place To Work In NYC For The Second Year In A Row
NEW YORK, July 14, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- One Drop, a leader in precision health solutions for people living with chronic conditions, today announced it has been named one of the 100 Best Places to Work in New York City for 2021 by Crain's New York Business. This is the second consecutive year One Drop has received recognition as an exceptional employer, ranked by leadership, culture, compensation, and benefits. Winners are selected based on weighted surveys from both employers and employees conducted by Crain's in partnership with Best Companies Group.
"Being recognized again as a Best Place to Work is particularly meaningful this year," said One Drop CEO and founder, Jeffrey Dachis. "The quality of products that our organization delivered to One Drop clients and customers worldwide during such unprecedented times demonstrates how steadfast our employees are in their commitment to building healthcare solutions that are sustainable, equitable, and accessible for all. I hold the utmost gratitude and appreciation for their extraordinary levels of empathy, intelligence, and leadership. Together, we will continue to transform health, change lives, and create new opportunities for everyone."
In the last 12 months, One Drop has more than tripled its workforce. The precision health company also secured nearly $100M in financing and commitments, expanded its predictive health platform with a new consumer offering, the One Drop Digital Membership, and released data-driven insights for people managing high blood pressure (CE-marked). Soon, One Drop will bring a biosensor with continuous health sensing capabilities to market, promising broader access to continuous glucose monitoring and exponential growth of the more than 27 billion biometric data points powering the company's predictive health platform.
Today, One Drop maintains a flexible remote work policy, including utility reimbursement; NYC and Austin offices are open to fully vaccinated employees. To maximize work-life balance, company leaders encourage team members to eliminate unnecessary meetings and take advantage of benefits such as unlimited vacation days and an annual professional development stipend. In addition, One Drop maintains a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) program to celebrate employees from underrepresented communities while consistently contributing to organizations advancing critical anti-racism and health equity work.