Companies in the Lone Star State Top Forbes' Best Employers

February 17, 2022
Companies in the Lone Star State Top Forbes’ Best Employers
Standout Companies Rank High in Texas

Companies in Texas, according to a new list of America’s Best Large Employers, from financial magazine Forbes. They are among the best. U.S. employers with at least 1,000 employees that is.

Companies – University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

In fact, these employers do include the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. It is headquartering in another city in Texas which ranking ninth. The MD Anderson Cancer Center, headquartered in Houston, ranked No. 10. UT Southwestern Medical Center which does employ 18,800 people according to Forbes and MD Anderson employs 22,000. 

Statista – Market Research Firm

Forbes has worked with market research firm Statista. It is for the rankings, thus to cull data from a survey of 60,000 U.S. employees. They were working for businesses with at least 1,000 workers. Also, in the survey, respondents were, in fact, asked to rate on a scale from zero to 10. How likely they would be to recommend their organization to others. Moreover, respondents were also asking to rate their employers on extra factors, including working conditions, development opportunities, and compensation.

The final “Best Large Employers,” organizations with more than 5,000 employees. The “Best Midsize Employers,” organizations with 1,000 to 5,000 employees, which does list each feature 500 companies. Also, the lists do include health care employers across many categories, including “health care and social” and “health care equipment and services.”

Also, the final list does rank the 500 large employers which received the most recommendations. Other Texas companies did include in the top 50 list include Houston Methodist, which employs 26,098 and was ranking No. 37, and H-E-B, which employs 137,000 and was ranking No. 38.

Also on the number one employer on Forbes’ list was the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and NASA was third.

Moreover, two years into a pandemic that has forever transformed the workplace, the question is what makes a good employer? Whether working from home or the office, Americans’ priorities have really changed, and with 10.9 million job openings and an unemployment rate of 4%, what makes a top employer has also changed, too.

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