Mass. Nonprofits Rank Among Top Places to Work 2014
November 15, 2014 Fifteen nonprofits10 of them focused on the delivery of health serviceshave been named among the top places to work today in Massachusetts, according to a listing recently published by The Boston Globe.
Nonprofits accounted for 12% of the 125 organizations included in the Top Places to Work 2014 listing.
According to the ranking, seven nonprofits ranked among the 25 largest organizations, four made it to the list of 35 large organizations, three ranked among 40 midsize organizations, and one was included in 25 small organizations.
The rankings were based on confidential responses from more than 73,000 employees at 1,660 organizations to a 24-statement survey that asked them to rate their employers on seven factors, The Globe reported.
Employees ranked I feel genuinely appreciated at this company as the most important of the 24 statements they were asked to consider, according to The Globe. My benefits package is good compared to others in this industry reportedly was deemed the least important.
Following are how the nonprofits ranked:
LARGEST: 1,000 or more employees; total of 25 companies
LARGE: 250 to 999 employees; total of 35 companies
MIDSIZE: 100 to 249 employees; total of 40 companies
SMALL: 50 to 99 employees; total of 25 companies