“We do a bean bag toss every Tuesday and Thursday for interviews and deals where we can win prizes. There is an onsite gym that I workout in on my lunch break, which personally is a life saver as I have two little ones and so don’t have time to workout after work. We have a very lax dress code, so it’s not uncommon for me to come to work in shorts and a t-shirt. They are transparent about compensation, so everyone (for the most part) knows what their peers are making. They have a whole week for employee appreciation where they do anything from bowling to onsite massages. They also provide VTO (Volunteer Time Off) so we don’t have to take out of our PTO to volunteer in the community. There is also a fund the employees are encouraged to contribute to where other employees that are in financial need can put in a request and receive a grant to help them in a difficult financial situation,” explains a millennial at this healthcare staffing company.
“The fact that they will go out of their way to let you know you’re appreciated. They recently reached out to our loved ones, someone that is closest to us and asked them to write a letter about why we are important to them. Amazing that a company would want to make you feel special in all aspects of life,” according to another millennial employee.
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Staffing & Recruitment
Salt Lake City, UT
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Millennials in the Organization
|# of Millennials||823|
|Millennials as % of total workforce||45%|