Springfield Clinic Ranks in the Top 100 of Newsweek’s Annual List of Most Loved Workplaces
Springfield Clinic has once again been certified as a Most Loved Workplace®, backed by Best Practice Institute (BPI) research and analysis and ranked in the annual Top 100 of companies nationally by Newsweek.
“We listened to our employees’ feedback from last year’s survey,” says Springfield Clinic Chief Human Resources Officer Katie Rutledge, “and we’re really proud of the many enhancements we were able to make to the employee experience, including benefits, professional development, communication and transparency and recognition. We’re looking forward to digging into this year’s results and finding out how we can continue making this a most loved workplace for our employees.”
Most Loved Workplaces® certifies companies where employees are the happiest and most satisfied at work. Springfield Clinic continued as a Most Loved Workplace for 2023 based on its scores on the Love of Workplace Index™, which surveyed employees on various elements around employee satisfaction and sentiment, including the level of respect, collaboration, support and sense of belonging they feel inside the company.
“We’re thrilled to hear from our employees again this year that Springfield Clinic remains a Most Loved Workplace for them, because that culture can be seen and felt by our patients,” says Springfield Clinic CEO Ray Williams. “We are committed at the leadership level to continue listening to and innovating for our employees, removing obstacles so they feel supported to take the best care possible of patients.”
The Top 100 ranking results were determined after surveying more than 2 million employees from businesses with workforces varying in size from 50 to more than 100,000. The list recognizes companies that have created a workplace where employees feel respected, inspired and appreciated and are at the center of the business model.
"Fully understanding and acting upon employee sentiment, emotion, and recommendations continues to be a challenge and top priority of executive leadership,” said Louis Carter, CEO of Best Practice Institute. “The companies on this list have committed to listening carefully to their employees to create a workplace employees love.”
To identify the top 100 companies for the Newsweek ranking, companies were evaluated and scored as follows: 35 percent of the initial score was based on employee survey responses; 25 percent was derived from analysis of external public ratings from sites such as Comparably, Careerbliss, Glassdoor, Indeed and Google; and 40 percent came from direct interviews with and written responses from company officials. Newsweek then conducted additional research into every company on the list, as well as the top runners up, to determine the final list of 100 companies and their ranking. (The list includes both U.S. firms and companies with a strong U.S. presence that are based overseas.)
About Best Practice Institute
Best Practice Institute is an award-winning leadership and organization development center, benchmark research company, think tank, and solutions provider. BPI is the certifying body for Most Loved Workplace® and conducted the original research to create the model and criteria for becoming a Most Loved Workplace®. BPI’s research proves that Most Loved Workplaces® produce 3-4 times better customer service, employee performance, and retention than companies not loved by their employees.
For more information on how to apply to become a certified Most Loved Workplace in 2024, go to: http://www.mostlovedworkplace.com
Newsweek is the modern global digital news organization built around the iconic, over 85-year-old American magazine. Newsweek reaches 100 million people each month with its thought-provoking news, opinion, images, graphics and video delivered across a dozen print and digital platforms. Headquartered in New York City, Newsweek also publishes international editions in EMEA and Asia.