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Oct 12

Care To Stay Home recognized as a Best Workplace for Women

Care To Stay Home is pleased to be listed as a Best Workplace for Women amongst small and medium-sized businesses throughout the United States. We are pleased that Care To Stay Home employees feel valued and believe that our company and culture are open to all. We strive to make our work environment a place where everyone can be who they are and can find joy in helping others. According to the survey company Great Place to Work®, their team analyzed anonymous survey feedback representing more than 4.6 million US employees.

“We are so pleased that our efforts to help all our employees, especially women, feel that Care To Stay Home is a Great Place to Work,” said Parker Wells, Chief Operating Officer at Care To Stay Home. He continued, “We have seen an increase in the need for in-home care services and know that our employees are key to providing outstanding patient care. Happy caregivers means happy patients who are loved.” The Care To Stay Home team has worked to listen to employee feedback and make changes to help improve how care is provided in the home.

The majority of the ranking is based on what women themselves report in a 60-question Trust Index© survey about their workplace, and how fairly those experiences compare to men’s reports of the same workplaces. The survey measures the extent to which women report their organizations create a Great Place to Work For All™ — for example, whether people trust each other and employees are able to reach their full human potential, no matter who they are or what they do. We analyze whether different identities women hold change their experience of the workplace. We analyze these patterns relative to each organization’s size, workforce make up, and what’s typical in their industry and region. We also consider employees’ daily experiences of innovation, the company’s values, and the effectiveness of their leaders, to ensure they’re consistently experienced, as well.

Fifteen percent of the remaining rank is based on how well-represented women are in the workforce and throughout management, taking into account industry trends. To be considered, at a minimum, companies need to employ at least 50 women, at least 20% of their non-executive managers need to be female, and at least one of their executives needs to be female.

To ensure survey results truly represent all employees, Great Place to Work requires that Trust Index© survey results are accurate to a 95% confidence level with a 5% margin of error or better. We review any anomalies in survey responses, news and financial performance to ensure there aren’t any extraordinary reasons to believe we couldn’t trust a company’s survey results. Companies with 50 to 999 people are considered for the small and medium segment; companies with 1000 or more employees are considered for the large segment.

To find out more about how to become Great Place to Work Certified™ or to apply to this or other Best Workplaces lists, visit greatplacetowork.com. To see the results of the Best Workplaces for Women in 2019, click here.

 

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