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1|THE COMMUNITY FOOD, INC.
106 supermarkets from North Carolina to Massachusetts family owned chain
Wegmans goes above and beyond his mantra: from supporting elderly people with their shops, to expanding on the company-wide recovery rate of 75 percent. In the last year, over 18 million lbs. of unsaleable goods have been given by the supermarket chain to food banks and another 30 million dollars have gone to charities—with local shops entrusted to help their communal groups. The Wegman family wrote to its 53,000 workers at the height of the pandemic: “In uncertain times such as these, we have to be here for one another. “We will get through this together by leading with our hearts.”
Over 227 million dollars has been given to COVID-19 relief agencies by the San Jose network hardware firm.
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Home building business operating in 40 towns
In the last eight years, the PulteGroup, headquartered in Atlanta, has provided the injured veterans households with a mortgage-free program of $23 million for a total of 58 residences. Justin Reuber was sent to his family home in Hockley, Texas last May, and even the epidemic did not trigger an impediment. Last May, Sgt. First Class Justin “I can’t imagine a more pleasant job” said Lindy Oliva, divisional chairman of PulteGroup.
The global hotel company provides free stays for medical staff at the forefront via its 1 Million Rooms program.
Together with 26 other companies, the global professional services business promised to employ 100,000 New Yorkers with little revenue and the minority by 2030.
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In order to boost interest in STEM areas, the Capital One coders initiative connects workers with kids.
7|Camden Trust in Property
The real estate investment firm headquartered in Houston contributed $1 million to an employee assistance fund to help people impacted by the epidemic.
8|The US Bank
More than 10,000 veterans, National Guards and reservists were recruited by the banking company and overcame a five-year objective.
The Salesforce Adventurers Club hosted over 5,000 children in July as a virtual alternative to Bringing Your Child to Work Day.
10|Enterprise Company Hewlett Packard
Annual pay off for 60 hours is given to IT giant employees.
The PeopleInspired Giving Foundation, a non-profit cloud business, provides over $268,000 to people suffering from tragic events.
With a net-zero carbon target by 2050, the San Francisco-based software firm is running 100% on renewable energy.
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The financial firm has helped to give 50,000 kids from Detroit with computers and access to the Internet in order to enable remote study.
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The business based in Stamford, Conn., has been able to pay workers for childcare or elderly care from 25 to 60 days.
The company of St. Louis donated 25 million dollars to the Alzheimer’s Association, with a total of 25 million dollars in 2016.
In support of the arts, a $1 million creative residency fund was established by the computer software firm.
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The Horizons Lehrership Program is a free way for day care workers to get early education degrees.
During the epidemic, employees were paid permanently to recognize their devotion.
A Y-shaped ventillator splitter was created by the digital solutions firm to double COVID-19 patients.
20|CHG Services of Healthcare
Employees of the Utah-based hospital staff may sell excess paid time off up to 80 hours in cash back.
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Team members of the health insurance business headquartered in Indianapolis utilize daily “me minutes.”
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RyanTHRIVE, an online platform for improving the overall well-being of workers, was developed by this tax consulting company.
Up to four hours of pay – and free Lyft rides – is paid to workers per hour for vaccination.
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The hotel network provided space to the American Red Cross to hold and count 150 drives after national blood drives had been suspended due to the epidemic.
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Religious, non-profit health system that provides continuous care
Texas Health retrained and reallocated its workers to essential pandemic duties in order to prevent layoffs last year. Mammographer Colleen Newton has taken temperatures, performed health checks and, during her stays, painted encouraging words on pillars at her fort Worth hospital as a dock screener. Her modest creative endeavors have become a source of unexpected optimism for both workers and patients. “Back of the masks, I could sense the grins beaming,” she adds.
26|Corporation Hyatt Hotels
Hyatt Regency Baltimore shared his kitchens with local black dining experts who lost their rental and needed a cooking location.
This biotech company paid staff up to $1,000 for office equipment in order to ease the move into work from the home.
This mobile management platform has invested $50,000 in the professional sector to boost the number of Black coaches.
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3,400 masks, 2.100 eye protection pieces and 1,400 pairs of gloves have been given by the Houston based homebuilder to the health professionals.
Through the web portal Mission Matters, 5,000 staff in Columbus and its surroundings have contributed 27,248 voluntary hours.
The Insurance Company’s senior leadership donated an additional $75,000 to the Financial Assistance Fund for the employee-drived associates.
32|Pharmaceutical Inc., Otsuka America
100 iPads have been given by Princeton, NJ, a pharmaceutical business to hospital patients and children.
33|Atlantic System of Health
A peer to peer responsiveness program to reduce emotional stress was established by the area health agency.
Rebuilding a Torn Community
(#34) ALLIANZ LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA
For almost 125 years, the company has provided annuities and retirement solutions.
Following George Floyd’s assassination and the ensuing social upheaval, Allianz wanted to assist in the reconstruction of its hometown. After increasing its donating budget—$4.23 million committed to charities in the Minneapolis area—the business also increased its allocation of paid volunteer hours (from 8 to 16), supporting groups such as Keystone Community Service and Meals on Wheels. An employee adds, “Allianz encourages us to contribute from the heart.”
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OnwardCA, a network that connects individuals impacted by COVID-19 to services, money, and other needs, was established by team members at the Fresno-based IT company.
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Associates at the Atlanta-based legal company provided emergency pro bono assistance to racial injustice protestors throughout the nation.
Nationwide Mortgage Bankers is a 37-year-old company that provides mortgage services across the United States.
Medical personnel, police enforcement officers, and teachers may be eligible for no-fee mortgages via the company’s Heroes Program.
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During the lockout, CEO Martine Rothblatt sent individual letters and comfort gifts to every 900 workers of the biotech firm.
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The multinational professional services conglomerate announced two days of service for employees to participate with groups such as Habitat for Humanity.
40|T-Mobile United States, Inc.
Connecting Heroes is a telecom firm project that will offer free 5G wireless service to first-responder organizations for the next decade.
Employees at this professional services company gave clothes and provided job-search assistance to underprivileged women entering the labor market.
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This Northern California supermarket company collaborated with the American Red Cross to help people affected by recent disasters.
NVIDIA, as a member of the COVID-19 HPC Consortium, collaborates with scientists to expedite medical research via the use of its graphics processors.
When the employment company lost 70% of its revenue in October 2023, CEO Tom Gimbel forewent his pay for six months in order to prevent layoffs.
This Kalamazoo-based medical-tech firm created the Emergency Relief Bed for pop-up care facilities in response to high demand.
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46|DHL EXPRESS UNITED STATES
Courier and fast mail services are available in over 220 countries.
You don’t become one of the world’s most dependable carriers unless you know how to get goods where they need to go. Throughout the epidemic, DHL has shown its strength by delivering 100,000 Girl Scout Cookies to hospitals in the New York region or 1,000 decommissioned corporate computers to kids in need. DHL has sent Christmas trees, decorations, gifts, and handwritten messages to U.S. troops and women stationed overseas for the last 17 years via another program, Operation Holiday Cheer. “We hope DHL will raise their spirits and provide a sense of home to them,” adds CEO Greg Hewitt.
The mobile banking platform gave $150,000 to Bay Area groups that assist people experiencing homelessness.
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To fight anti-Asian prejudice, the financial services company joined other partners in launching the #AscendTogether Action Agenda.
Through its I on Hunger” program, the global consulting company has packed and delivered 11 million meals to far.
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The Georgia-based physician established a practice to meet the medical needs of the LGBTQ population in a judgment-free setting.
HOW WE CREATE OUR LIST
We polled businesses throughout the United States, in collaboration with global workplace authority Great Place to Work, to identify those that most show exceptional regard, care, and concern for their communities, workers, and the environment. The rankings are based on the experiences of over 5 million employees. Companies who want to be included for next year’s list can go to GreatPlacetoWork.com/CompaniesThatCare.
MORE CAREFUL COMPANIES
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Twilio Inc. 51
4imprint, Inc. 52
Intuit Inc. 55
Blue Shield of California|58
Burlington Stores, Inc., No. 62
JM Family Enterprises, Inc., No. 63
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants 65
Cox Enterprises Inc., No. 66
67|Insurance That Is Progressive
RSM US LLP (68|RSM US LLP)
Splunk Inc., 71|Splunk Inc., 71|Splunk Inc.
Navy Federal Credit Union (73|Navy Federal Credit Union)
SAP America (74|SAP America)
Brightview Senior Living | 75
SAS Institute Inc., 76|SAS Institute Inc., 76|SAS Institute Inc.,
KPMG LLP (77)
79|Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
Horizon Therapeutics (82|Horizon Therapeutics)
Box, Inc., 83|
First American Financial Corporation (84|First American Financial Corporation)
85|The Cheesecake Factory, Inc.
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87|Bell & Howell
Slalom Consulting 88
PeopleTec, Inc. 89
91|The Zillow Group
Robert Half International Inc. 92
American Fidelity Assurance Company, No. 93
Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP (94).
95|Insurance for Farmers
DICK’S Sporting Goods 96
American Savings Bank F.S.B. No. 98
Perkins Coie LLP 100