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CHG Healthcare recognized as one of People magazine’s companies that care

CHG Healthcare ranks No. 46 on People magazine’s first annual list of 50 Companies that Care. The list identifies the top companies in the country “that show extraordinary compassion for their employees, their communities and the environment as well as being military friendly and embracing diversity.”

Our commitment to Putting People First creates a culture of caring and respect and encourages our people to take care of each other and to make a difference in the lives of our clients and providers and to the communities we serve.

Here are five ways you can make a difference at CHG:

Volunteer Time Off

Each year, employees receive eight hours of paid time off to volunteer at a nonprofit of their choice. In 2016, our people used more than 6,000 hours of VTO to serve in the community.

Difference Makers Award

Employees nominate peers who make a significant difference in their communities. Last year, four finalists and their guests joined the CEO on a company-sponsored service project and safari in Kenya. This year, CHG will send six Difference Makers to Kenya for another company-sponsored humanitarian trip.

Check out last year’s humanitarian trip in the video below.

Employee Compassion Fund

Funded by employees, for employees, the CHG Compassion Fund provides need-based grants to employees facing financial hardship. Thanks to employee donations and fundraising events like the Compassion Fund 5K, CHG was able to award 29 grants, totaling $40,000, to help team members who fell on hard times last year.

Making a Difference Week

Each year, employees participate in a variety of fun activities, including pizza-eating contests, live auctions, Hot Wheels races and bingo, to raise money for local charities like the United Way, Make-a-Wish Foundation and SheJumps. In 2016, CHG raised more than $700,000.

Humanitarian Trips

CHG has partnered with Amizade and CHOICE Humanitarian to give employees the opportunity to participate in a voluntary humanitarian trips to the Navajo Nation and Guanajuato, Mexico.

Read more about CHG’s putting people first culture in People magazine’s article, “Companies Putting Employees First.”​​

About the author

Liz Cornwall

Liz Cornwall

Liz Cornwall is a public relations and social media manager at CHG Healthcare and is passionate about the company’s Putting People First culture. Prior to joining CHG, Liz worked in advertising and marketing and also helped launch a pet magazine in Salt Lake City.

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