SILICON SLOPES, UTAH – Comparably named Boostability as one of the best workplaces for work-life balance in 2019. This list is compiled through anonymous employee feedback for companies around the country.

“I love that we have a healthy work-life balance in our company,” says Boostability CEO Gavan Thorpe. “We have a culture that takes care of our customers, but also want to take care of our employees. They’re our front lines for our customers. By providing that healthy work-life balance, it helps our business as well.”

Boostability is the global leading white label SEO agency for partners, agencies and resellers. Based in the tech corridor of Lehi, Utah, Boostability’s mission is to help small businesses succeed online.

“I want our employees to have purpose in their jobs and find that key balance,” Thorpe continues. “What they do for our customers matter. Because Comparably gives awards based on feedback from our employees, it means so much to our leadership team that all our employees find fulfillment in their jobs.”

“Scientific research shows that being stressed out at work can have a serious physical and mental toll on your health,” said Comparably CEO Jason Nazar. “Employees have rated the companies on our Best for Work-Life Balance list at the top because they allow a healthy work-life blend that ultimately leads to a more engaged and productive workforce.”

Comparably is a company culture and career monitoring website. It gathers sentiment ratings based on compensation, feeling challenged at work, getting valuable feedback, and other workplace metrics from employees who anonymously rated their places of work between September 2018 and September 2019. It has the goal to provide more transparent and rewarding workplaces.



Kristine is the Director of Marketing at Boostability. She brings a decade's worth of communications strategy work to the company. Kristine has a Masters Degree in Leadership and Communications from Gonzaga University and graduated from BYU with her undergrad in Broadcast Journalism. She's worked in television news, public relations, communications strategy, and marketing for over 10 years. In addition to being a part of the marketing team, Kristine enjoys traveling, sports, and all things nerdy.