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Why CHG Healthcare Is a Great Place to Work

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For the eighth straight year, Fortune magazine has named us as one of its “100 Best Companies to Work For,” which recognizes companies that have exceptional workplace cultures. This year, we ranked No. 20.

Our commitment to our core value of Putting People First ensures all company decisions are made with the best interests of our employees in mind. The result is an atmosphere of respect, caring, support, and fun, where employees feel free to be themselves and are passionate about the work they do.

Here are some of the reasons CHG is a great place to work:

1. The Company Is Inclusive

One of the biggest reasons employees like working at CHG is because of the people they work with. We encourage our people to take care of each other, which results in a workplace where coworkers aren’t just part of your team but are also like family.

2. Every Employee’s Voice Matters

CHG’s emphasis on open, transparent communication empowers employees to share ideas and opportunities for improvement with anyone in the company, including executive leaders. In addition, each year, we send out an employee opinion survey and make changes based on that feedback.

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Currently, 40 percent of our employees are parents who are trying to achieve a healthy balance between their careers and time with their families. We offer a variety of unique benefits to make it easier, including an onsite health center and fitness center as well as flexible schedules.

4. Employees Can Be Themselves at CHG

In addition to our casual dress code, we’ve created an open and respectful atmosphere that encourages diverse ideas and thinking. Employees feel comfortable being themselves and respect the opinions of their coworkers.

5. Making a Difference Is a Company Priority

We provide opportunities for employees to give back through programs like company-paid volunteer time off (VTO), team volunteer events and our Employee Compassion Fund, which provides need-based grants to employees facing financial hardships. Last year, employees not only used more than 6,600 hours of VTO to serve in the community, but we also raised more than $700,000 for charity during our annual Making a Difference Week.

6. CHG Believes in Developing the Whole Person

From new employees to company veterans, CHG’s award-winning training programs offer a wide-range of learning and development opportunities to help employees remain competitive in their roles and enhance their personal growth.

Watch the video below to learn more about CHG’s award-winning culture.

Want to work at CHG? Check out the open jobs on our careers page.

About the author

Liz Cornwall

Liz is a communications manager based in Salt Lake City. For more than a decade, she’s done a little bit of everything in the communications world — from writing about locum tenens and travel nursing, to working as an executive speech writer, to becoming a social media influencer in the world of micro goldendoodles.

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