Seven companies headquartered in the Chicago area have landed on Fortune magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2022.
According to the magazine, more than six million employees shared confidential, quantitative and qualitative feedback on their organization’s culture by responding to a survey consisting of open-ended questions and ranking statements on a five-point scale around the themes. of trust, respect, credibility, fairness, pride and camaraderie.
Companies provided organizational data such as size, location, industry, demographics, roles, and levels.
Benefits such as tuition reimbursement, unlimited sick days and 100% health coverage were also taken into consideration.
Here are the Chicago-based companies that made the Forbes 100 Best Companies to Work For list:
Number 40: RSM US (Chicago)
According to the listing, the audit, tax and advisory services company has increased childcare support, supplemental PTO and new mental health services during the pandemic. This is the second time that RSM has made the list.
Number 42: West Monroe Partners (Chicago)
The professional services company has hired new leaders to improve equity and inclusion, has unlimited sick days and sick days for part-time workers.
Number 59: Horizon Therapeutics (Deerfield)
The Deerfield-headquartered pharmaceutical company is offering its healthcare professionals the ability to take up to 12 weeks off to provide services in their own communities.
Number 67: Crowe (Oak Brook)
Oak Brook’s accounting, consulting and technology company offers student debt repayment, volunteer hours and more.
Number 70: Hyatt (Chicago) Hotels
The company has implemented a global wellness week, as well as a program to hire 10,000 young people between the ages of 16 and 24 by 2025.
Number 72: AbbVie (north of Chicago)
The North Chicago pharmaceutical company offers its staff many ways to give back, including corporate matches, volunteering, disaster relief, participation in racial and social justice programs, and more.
Number 86: WW Grainger (Lake Forest)
The Lake Forest-based wholesale company has appeared on Forbes’ list and offers telecommuting, compressed work weeks and more.