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Rankings for the 20 Best Workplaces for Baby Boomers are based entirely upon employees' own feedback and selected from a database of more than 600 organizations that have been certified by Great Place to Work.

To determine the list, Fortune asked Great Place to Work to survey nearly 34,000 Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964), who rated their organizations on 58 workplace quality questions. Employees considered managers' competence and business ethics, people's advancement opportunities, impact of their organizations on the community and the pride their colleagues take in their work among many other factors.

Baby Boomers' anonymous responses resulted in a total score for each company, which was compared to the benchmark for organizations of that size. Companies needed to employ at least 50 Baby Boomers and achieve a 95% confidence level and margin of error of 5% or less in order to be eligible.

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To determine our first-ever ranking of the 20 Best Workplaces for Baby Boomers, our research partners surveyed more than 34,000 employees aged 51 and above who work at more than 600 companies with Great Place to Work certification. Michigan-based auto financing company Credit Acceptance appears at No. 1, followed by David Weekley Homes and Workday.

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NuStar Energy

“NuStar is a good company to work for,” says a baby boomer employee at this oil and gas company. “It has very good benefits and is considerate of individuals and families. The location I am at has a very open door policy as far as working with management and different departments. This atmosphere makes for […]
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“NuStar is a good company to work for,” says a baby boomer employee at this oil and gas company. “It has very good benefits and is considerate of individuals and families. The location I am at has a very open door policy as far as working with management and different departments. This atmosphere makes for a good team concept, discussion of ideas, more creative and feeling of trust and cooperation with co-workers. The work environment is friendly, well managed, considerate and makes the working atmosphere good and a place you like to work.”

 

Says another baby boomer: “NuStar truly treats its employees as if they are special and important. Managers are encouraged to recognize and celebrate employee contributions, support employee community involvement, and actively promote and support employee development. What always moves me, though, is the company’s Safe Fund. This benefit provides a lump sum grant to employees who are experiencing hardships. I’ve seen how it has touched people’s lives and truly made a difference for them. That’s pretty special.”

 

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Company Info

Industry Transportation
Sector -
Year founded 2001
HQ location San Antonio
Type of org Transport & Storage
# of work sites 99
U.S. employees 1235
Global employees 1618
Web address http://www.nustarenergy.com

Baby Boomers in the Organization

# of Boomers 309
Boomers as % of total workforce 25%

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