YuJa, Inc. earned a spot in the second annual Forbes 2021 America’s Best Startup Employers list, joining companies like Zoom, Hiya, GitLab, Zapier, GoodRX, Calendly, and others.
“The 500 companies on our list of America’s Best Startup Employers have had to pivot, attracting and engaging employees through virtual games, classes and support systems in a year unlike any other.”
Forbes partnered with market research company Statista to evaluate 2,500 American businesses founded between 2011 and 2018 with at least 50 employees. Each business was started from scratch, not spun out of existing enterprises. Companies were judged based on three criteria: employer reputation, employee satisfaction and growth.
According to Forbes, as it compiled information on companies, Statista reviewed articles, blogs and social media posts pertaining to each employer searching for specific phrases centered on keywords like culture, diversity and engagement. Statista then assessed employee satisfaction by evaluating online reviews, and measured growth by examining the organizations’ website traffic and head counts over a two-year period.
Top 20 Percent
Coming in at Number 78, YuJa ranks in the top 20 percent of the list. Founded in 2012, YuJa is a leader in enterprise media solutions. Our products harness the power of media to educate, engage, inspire and collaborate. Our portfolio includes products for video management, lecture capture, live streaming, social learning, video conferencing, digital asset management, video test proctoring, digital media accessibility, and digital archiving and compliance.
“YuJa is proud to be recognized for the work we do in helping institutions and corporations with their video and content recording, distribution and storage needs,” said Nathan Arora, Chief Business Officer at YuJa. “We have built a group of incredibly intelligent, talented and passionate people to help build and scale this company over the years, and we wouldn’t be successful without our team.”