Send us entries for Best Places to Work in Healthcare
Modern Healthcare is now accepting entries for its Best Places to Work in Healthcare awards for 2017. The recognition program identifies and recognizes the top workplaces in healthcare, those that go above and beyond to support their staff, empowering them to provide patients and other customers with the best possible care, products and services.
On behalf of Modern Healthcare, the Best Companies Group, a Harrisburg, Pa.-based firm that administers a variety of “best places to work” programs around the country, will conduct two surveys of healthcare companies that volunteer to participate. The first is a questionnaire for a participating employer; the second is a satisfaction survey of a company’s employees.
The program is open to all healthcare organizations and companies in all sectors of the industry with a minimum of 25 full-time employees. The deadline for entries is Feb. 24. Participation is free for companies and organizations that complete the process electronically. Healthcare organizations and companies that participate in the program will receive a free summary report. Participants also will be able to buy a full assessment report from the Best Companies Group.
In mid-May, Modern Healthcare will announce the names—in alphabetical order—of the 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare. A special supplement, including the overall ranking of the 100 Best Places to Work, will be published in the Oct. 2 issue of Modern Healthcare. Once again, companies will be ranked on two lists: one for providers/payers and the other for suppliers.
New this year, two employers (one provider or payer and one supplier) will be presented with the Family-friendly Award, recognizing organizations that are doing the most to ensure that the benefits package and workplace culture are conducive to promoting work/life balance and flexibility. And once again, two employers will be presented with the Millennials Award, recognizing companies that have the most-engaged and most-satisfied group of millennials on staff, based on the percentage in the company’s workforce and the number of employee satisfaction surveys completed by millennials.