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The faith-based health organization promotes an atmosphere of mutual support and optimism, where employees can voice any concerns in town hall meetings and 91% report the company often or almost always provides work that is personally challenging, necessary training, and fair promotions. After two of its nurses contracted Ebola while caring for a patient last fall, the organization saw an initial drop in hospital visits but refused to lay off employees; revenue had recovered fully by year’s end.

Company Info

CEO/Top Executive
Barclay E. Berdan
Rank last year-
# of years on list-
F500 Rank-
Industry
Health Care
Year founded1,997
Type of organization
Non-Profit
Revenue (2014 or most recent year)
$3.8 billion
Web addresshttp://www.texashealth.org
Total US employees17,823
Full-Time jobs added in last year171
Number of work sites-

Perks

Offers compressed work weeks
yes
Offers fully-paid sabbaticals
no
Offers paid time off for volunteering
yes
Onsite fitness center
yes
Discounted gym memberships
yes
Onsite medical care facility
no
Offers college tuition reimbursement to employees
yes

Diversity

% Women77.13%
% Minorities39.56%
% African-American17.45%
% Asian10.57%
% Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander0.22%
% Caucasian or White60.44%
% Hispanic/Latino10.67%
% Native American/Alaska Native0.65%
% Two or more races-
Same-Sex Benefits
yes
Non-discrimination policy
yes

Paid Time Off

Holidays-
Vacation-
Sick days
Set
General PTO
26.5

Compensation

Most common job (hourly)
Registered Nurse
Avg. base pay (for hourly employee)$73,725
Avg. extra comp. (for hourly employee)$15,212
Most common job (salaried)
Applications Systems Analyst
Avg. base pay (for salaried employee)$78,057
Avg. extra comp (for salaried employee)$1,826

Hiring/Staffing

FT voluntary turnover9.00%
# of job applicants54,689
Avg. # of applicants per opening6.9
# of jobs filled6,810
Jobs filled internally2,526
% of jobs filled by referral35.00%
# new graduates hired313
# of job openings (as of Feb. 2015)1,305