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2 San Antonio companies recognized as best employers in Texas by Fortune Magazine
San Antonio workers looking for their next employment opportunity might want to consider two local companies that were just named the Best Workplaces in Texas for 2023 by Fortune and Great Place to Work.
Great Place to Work, which helps employers improve their workplace culture, and Fortune magazine annually team up to select the best companies to work for in two categories: small and midsize employers, and large employers. Rankings are based on feedback from employee surveys and data from Great Place to Work-certified employers.
Liquids terminal and pipeline operators NuStar Energy L.P was the only San Antonio company to earn a top 10 rank in the large employers category, climbing into No. 9.
NuStar Energy workers surveyed said their company has a great workplace atmosphere that is "unmatched."
"Whether you're an employee, manger, or any form of an executive position or office person, everyone here works in an unhostile environment and everyone is treated like they belong," the report said.
Financial services, retirement, and insurance providers USAA appeared No. 19 in the rank of best large employers. Workers praised their company's acceptance of remote work during the pandemic.
"USAA has been nothing but professional and inclusive in making me feel like part of the family and the USAA community," the report said. "I have all the necessary tools to do my job and stay connected daily to my manager and co-workers. The training to get adjusted was above and beyond 'excellent.'"
USAA ranked No. 19.Photo courtesy of Great Place to Work.
McCoy Corporation in San Marcos ranked No. 22, with surveyed employees saying that their leadership "know that [workers] do not leave [their] home life at the door when [they] clock in."
The Best Workplaces in Texas award is the only one of its kind in the U.S. that "selects winners based on how fairly employees are treated," according to a press release. The companies are evaluated based on how well they treat their employees across several factors, including race, gender, age, disability status, and more.