Elevance, Hims & Hers, HCA Healthcare named Best Companies to Work For by U.S. News
U.S. News & World Report recently released its annual list of the Best Companies to Work For. This list highlights ranking companies’ commitment to creating a positive work environment and fostering employee satisfaction.
The list was largely dominated by pharma and biotech companies like Illumina, Sarepta Therapeutics, Biogen, and Conmed Corp. Among large, public healthcare companies on the list are Elevance Health, Humana, Hims & Hers Health, and HCA Healthcare. Hims & Hers Health came in at number 35.
U.S. News & World Report rated companies based on six weighted metrics, including compensation, work/life balance, stability, and comfort. These ratings are based on publicly available employee opinions, as well as on information from Revelio Labs and ESG Book. SEC filings, court records, and online platforms are among the sources from which the information is pulled.
Hims & Hers has been gaining prominence for its accessible and convenient approach to healthcare services, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, when telehealth became crucial. The company has made strides to eliminate stigmas around health and wellness issues and break down barriers for those looking to obtain quality healthcare. It provides customers with prescription and over-the-counter drugs, as well as personal care products. And most recently, it began moving into chronic condition care with the launch of Heart Health by Hims.
Inclusion on the U.S. News & World Report list not only reflects the dedication of these healthcare organizations to employee well-being but also highlights the broader trend of prioritizing workplace culture in the healthcare industry. As healthcare continues to evolve, these companies set a benchmark for creating workplaces where employees feel valued, supported, and motivated. These recognitions serve as a reminder of the critical role that a positive work environment plays in healthcare, ultimately benefiting both employees and the patients they serve.