August 18, 2018 Melinda Longoria, MSM Leave a comment
World Wide Technology specializes in helping their customers to discover, evaluate, create, and implement advanced technology into their business. Since 2012, Fortune and Forbes have set their sight on WWT; this company has been included in every ranking you can imagine: 100 Best Companies to Work For, Best Workplace in Technology, Best Workplace for Women, Best Workplace for Millennials, and the list goes on. WWT is not only offering a good service, but they also keeping their employees happy.
The Key to Success
Trust, humility, passion, attitude, honesty, and integrity are some values that this company puts into practice. Besides this culture, their employees have proven that they can embrace change, and work as a team. This is what has made WWT such a successful company. Checking some reviews, it is not easy to get hired but once you are part of the team, they do their best to keep you there. Working at WWT makes you feel like you’re at home and that your coworkers are family.
The CEO and co-founder of WWT, James Kavanaugh, also qualified as one of the top CEOs this year with 97% of the employees’ approval. He is betting on new and very ambitious projects that include companies such as VMware, Fortinet, and Cisco. At WWT, employees have the opportunity to think outside the box and demonstrate that they can fix any problem. WWT trains their employees in any area that they are interested in. So, this company is, without any doubt, a place where you can start and develop your career.
Rewarding the Effort with Perks
The salary is very important when it comes to choosing a job, but this company knows that sometimes employees look for benefits too. Although WWT staff earns $50,000 on average, which is 20% lower than the national salary, they offer a fairly broad list of benefits. Those benefits include two on-site family health centers, a tread-desk workstation, a day of caring, and a wellness program.
Why Work at World Wide Technology?
People who are working at this company feel proud to have WWT on their resume. This company guarantees to their employees a work/life balance, especially through flexible schedules, on-site amenities like chair massages and telecommuting. One of our favorite aspects is that they allow employees to work from home between 1-3 days depending on their performance. In a nutshell, World Wide Technology is a company that keeps their customers happy by keeping their staff happy.
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Great Company ReviewGreat Place to WorkWorld Wide Technology August 5, 2018 Melinda Longoria, MSM Leave a comment
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has been included eight times in the Fortune’s list of 100 best companies to work for, and they keep climbing every year. Their mission is to advance cures and provide treatment for pediatric catastrophic diseases. But, what makes St. Jude so special? All children can receive treatment; no matter their race, religion, or economic status. Aside from that fact, St. Jude is an excellent place, not only to develop your career, but also to make you grow as a person.
Passion and Commitment.
Passion and commitment could be the best two words to describe the staff of this hospital. They are the people that make everything possible for their patients. St. Jude has 4.7 out of 5 stars on different job platforms and employees’ reviews are so pleasant to read. James Downing, chosen as one of the top CEOs this year, has 98% of the employees’ approval and the only advice the people give to him is “keep up the great work!”
Creative perks and more.
St. Jude is a non-profit company; the money they receive is mainly from donations. Because of this, the company had to make up very creative and low-cost ways to compensate their employees. Part of these perks include food trucks at the campus every day, outdoor concerts, wellness programs, and any suggestions that the employees want to make. Of course, these benefits come with the complete package: good payment, 90% and 80% company-paid health coverage for dependents and part-time employees respectively, and flexible work schedules.
A place where Everyone fits in.
According to employees’ interviews, you will find people from all around the world that form the staff, but if you want to talk about diversity and inclusiveness, the stats are more accurate. Women represent a large percentage of the workforce of this hospital, as well as minorities; they comprise 67% and 41%. Another highlight is that St. Jude was ranked as one of The 10 best workplaces for African-Americans.
St. Judes also has only one cafeteria. This creates a great opportunity for employees, researchers, patients, and families to interact with each other, so there are no boundaries based on work positions.
Why work at St. Jude?
Although this place does a highly specialized work, it offers opportunities at any level. These opportunities allow you to start a career and, even if you don’t have any experience in the field, to continue working.
Besides payment and benefits, St. Jude facilitates promotes a work/life balance. They encourage their employees to have a comfortable and peaceful life inside and outside of work. As we mentioned earlier, they have flexible work schedules and provide the chance to participate in different activities at the campus. These activities include a weekly farmers’ market, employee crafts, book fairs, and a community garden.
Definitely, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is a place that has a positive impact on you, as an employee and as a human being. The fact that you are able to work next to children and their families make it possible to see the results of your hard work just a few steps from you.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
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