Greatist Names Sparks to Its 44 Healthiest Companies List

October 27, 2015

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For the second year in a row, Sparks makes the Greatist’s 44 Healthiest Companies to Work for in America list!


These 44 businesses go above and beyond, proving that a workplace that considers its employees’ health, happiness, and work/life balance vital to its own success isn’t so far-fetched. From gourmet cafeterias to rooftop beer gardens and unlimited vacation to two-story slides, these companies know what it means to pull together—and have fun—as a team.


About Greatist


Greatist List is an online community that covers all things healthy, providing the most trusted and fun fitness, health, and happiness content on the web—from healthy recipes to workout tips. For its third annual list of the healthiest employers in America, Greatist analyzes annual “best companies” lists from institutions like Forbes, CNN, Indeed, Glassdoor, Working Mother Magazine and Business Insider. They consider specific pros and cons for each company based on press releases, quarterly reports, local news articles, and careers webpages. Then, Greatist ranks the companies based on benefits that relate to fitness, health and happiness.


Sparks Headquarters: Philadelphia, PA


The global brand experience agency isn’t just about creating experiences for its clients; it's about the home office too. In addition to the nuts and bolts, like 100% preventative care coverage, subsidized lunches, flexible hours, and work-from-home privileges for parents, the company offers its 500+ employees a farm-to-table lunch every few months and hosts on-site yoga classes once per week. And because Sparks specializes in events, employees get to experience them too. Summer BBQs, chili cook-offs, and holiday parties are just a sampling of the festivities that keep the place lively. Plus, through the Bring Your Dog to Work program, employee pets have the opportunity to spend a day at the office. Because dogs make everything better.


Check out the full Greatist article here.




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