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Synchrony Financial

When CEO Margaret Keane discovered her associates at this financial services provider (formerly part of GE) felt they had little power to effect change, she started the Empowerment Station—a cross-functional team of associates working together to identify opportunities for change. Employees are chosen for these temporary roles, which can provide valuable business skills.

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Rank last year

44

Years on list

2

HQ location

Stamford, Conn.

Employees

-

Job openings (as of February 2019)

330

Industry

Financial Services & Insurance

Revenue, 2018 or most recent year ($M)

$18,253

Year founded

1932

Type of organization

Public

Number of work sites

27

Perks
offers
Telecommuting
Job sharing
Subsidized childcare
Compressed work weeks
On-site fitness/subsidized gym
On-site medical care facility
Non-discrimination policy includes sexual orientation
Health insurance for part-timers
Sick days for part-timers
College tuition reimbursement
Diversity
% Minorities-
% African-American/Black-
% Asian-
% Caucasian/White-
% Hispanic/Latino-
% Native American/Alaska Native-
% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander-
% Two or more races-
% Unknown ethnicity-
Paid Time Off
General PTO32
# Sick days10
General PTO for part-timers-
# Sick days for part-timers10
Compensation
Most common job (for salaried employee)-
Avg. base pay (salaried)-
Avg. extra compensation (salaried)-
Total pay for most common job (salaried)-
Hiring/Staffing (Past 12 Months)
Full-time and part-time job growth-
# of job applicants-
Avg. # of applicants per opening-
# New graduates hired-

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