Our parent company, CHG Healthcare, has been named one of the country’s 100 Best Companies to Work For by Fortune magazine! CHG ranks No. 69 on the list, which recognizes companies based on comprehensive employee feedback, including surveys on culture, work-life balance, and benefits. This is the ninth consecutive year CHG has been recognized on this list.
“As a company, we have always focused on the the incredible individuals that make us great,” says Lisa Grabl, president at CompHealth. “To be a part of Fortune’s prestigious list of Best Companies to Work For nine years in a row proves that we have the best people in the industry and encourages us to continue sharpening that focus.”
Employees shared several reasons why CHG and CompHealth is a great place to work.
1. The company prioritizes and embraces inclusivity.
We seek to provide a respectful and welcoming environment and encourages employees to be considerate of each other. The company’s commitment to inclusivity promotes diverse ideas and thinking and allows all employees to feel comfortable and respected at work.
2. Working parents and flexible schedules are welcome at the company.
Nearly half of our employees are working parents striving to balance home and work life. In addition to perks like the onsite health clinic and gym, the company provides benefits to help accommodate busy lifestyles like telecommuting and flexible scheduling.
3. Employees are trained, trusted, and empowered to succeed.
We focus on giving employees the resources and equipment necessary to accomplish their personal and professional goals. From newcomers to long-time veterans, employees have access to a variety of training programs and advancement opportunities within the organization.
4. We make a difference in the community.
Every employee is given eight hours of paid volunteer time off to serve a cause they are passionate about. The company also provides team volunteer opportunities and hosts a fundraising week, where just last year, the company raised more than $650,000 for United Way and other local charities. Over the last couple of years, we expanded our volunteer efforts to include communities around the world by offering employees the opportunity to participate in company-subsidized humanitarian trips, including trips to Kenya, Navajo Nation in Arizona, and Mexico.
5. Every employee’s voice is heard.
Creating open and transparent communication is a primary focus at CHG and CompHealth. Along with an annual survey, company leadership visits each office to discuss corporate goals and results and solicit input from all employees. We then utilize the feedback to make changes, adopt new programs, and improve environments.
In 2017, CHG was listed as one of People Magazine’s Companies that Care, one of America’s Best Employers by Forbes, and as a top workplace for women, millennials, Generation Z and IT workers, among others. CHG and its brands were recognized as top companies in Utah, Connecticut, Oklahoma and Florida.