Five companies in the U.S. mutual fund and ETF business are among the top workplaces in the U.S. this year, according to the team at a Keystone State technology company.
| Abigail "Abby" Pierrepont Johnson|
FMR (dba Fidelity Investments)
Chair, President, CEO
Last month, Dan Kessler
, president of Exton, Pennsylvania-based Energage
(which puts out the Top Workplaces Awards
), and Eric Rubino
, CEO of Energage, revealed
their 2022 Top Workplaces National Industry Awards
winners. The awards cover six broad segments of the economy, including financial services
Boston-based Fidelity Investments
and Sun Life Financial
(parent of MFS
) both landed
in the financial services winners list among firms with more than 2,500 U.S. employees each. (Fidelity has 40,000, while Sun Life has 3,720.)
Minneapolis-based Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America
(parent of Allianz Investment Management) and Chicago-based William Blair both landed
in the financial services winners list among firms with between 1,000 and 2,499 U.S. employees each. (Allianz has 2,400, while William Blair
And Chicago-based Harbor Capital Advisors, Inc. landed
in the financial services winners list among firms with between 150 and 499 U.S. employees each. (Harbor has 219.)
The awards are based on Enerage's anonymous employee-engagement survey. (According to the Energage team, more than 27 million employees from more than 70,000 employers have completed the survey.) Kessler offers insight into what the awards are designed to recognize.
"Top Workplaces believe in the power of people-first cultures and have quantifiably higher levels of employee engagement than the average organization," Kessler states. "They focus on building and maintaining an environment where employees feel engaged, appreciated, and fulfilled."
"In addition to celebrating employer recognition, the Top Workplaces program allows companies to see opportunities and areas to focus on," Rubino states. "The employee feedback captured by the engagement survey makes it possible to move forward on a continuum of improvement."
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