Dallas’ Granite Properties and Other Local Firms Make the List of “2021 Best Workplaces for Millennials”

Dallas-based Granite Properties, a commercial real estate investment, development, and management company, leads the list of local companies named as one of the 2021 Best Workplaces for Millennials. Granite placed #22 on the list of small and medium workplaces, as honored by  Great Place to Work and Fortune magazine.

The award is based on an analysis of survey responses from more than 5.3 million current U.S. employees. 99 percent of Granite’s employees called it a great place to work—a number 40 percent higher than the average U.S. company.

Three other local companies made the small/medium list: Addison consulting firm Credera at #36; Dallas’ Pariveda Solutions, an employee-owned strategic services and IT consulting firm, at #76; and Dallas’ Embark LLC, a financial services and insurance firm, at #97.

In the large companies list, Dallas’ PrimeLending came in at #29 and Dallas tax, software, and tech firm Ryan LLC at #35.

Granite’s CEO credits his staff

“Granite’s purpose is to inspire people to flourish through the places we create, and I’m thrilled our younger team members connect so well to our purpose,” said Michael Dardick, founding partner & CEO of Granite Properties. “We’re focused on providing our future leaders with an inclusive work environment and the resources to help them grow and succeed. We so value that our younger teammates believe in, and want to contribute to, building a culture where all of our employees feel valued and appreciated.”

 

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