At least three companies in the mutual fund business won recognition last week for going "above and beyond," according to the teams at a workplace culture research shop and a national magazine.
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Principal, Client Strategy Group / President
Last week, the teams at PEOPLE
and Great Place to Work unveiled
the 2022 PEOPLE Companies That Care list
, their sixth annual edition
of the list. The 2022 list recognizes 100 U.S. companies that display
"remarkable care for their people, their local communities, and the world at large," the Great Place to Work team explains.
In the mutual fund business, companies on the 2022 Companies That Care list include: Edward Jones
(home of the Bridge Builder Mutual Funds
) at rank 37, Nationwide
at rank 43, and Baird
at rank 48.
The list "recognizes and honors 100 top companies for their employee benefits, commitment to social justice, green initiatives, COVID-19 relief efforts, outstanding care for customers, and more," PEOPLE's David Walters
To build the list, the Great Place to Work team analyzed more than one million survey responses and graded company-provided data (regarding initiatives to improve the employee experience and invest in the wider community). Companies have to have at least 10 employees each and be Great Place to Work-certified to be eligible. (Certification involves
conducting an employee experience survey and filling out a company culture and workforce questionnaire.)
Neil Anderson, Managing Editor
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