Health Partners number three on Inquirer/Daily News top workplaces list
Health Partners of Philadelphia Inc., the not-for-profit, managed care health insurance organization, is one of the top large companies to work for in the Philadelphia region, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News. Health Partners ranked number three out of 20 large businesses. The premier Philadelphia daily newspapers partnered with WorkplaceDynamics to identify the Delaware Valley's "Top Workplaces of 2012" — those that stand-out as ethical, caring employers with good leadership, fair pay and development opportunities for staff.
"This is why we're continually number-one in member satisfaction. Our employees truly feel appreciated and good about what we do, which guides how we treat our members, providers and each other," says William S. George, president and CEO. "I am so proud that our employees view Health Partners as an engaging, inspiring and rewarding place to work."
WorkplaceDynamics invites employers throughout the region with at least 50 workers to participate in a survey designed to identify employee perceptions of their workplace. The survey focuses on issues such as the organization's mission, the direction of the company, its leadership, pay and benefits, career development, corporate culture, work/life balance, etc. After the survey was completed, WorkplaceDynamics ran statistical measures to identify their list of the top 100 workplaces, which is made up of the 20 highest-ranked large employers, 35 midsize organizations, and 45 small firms.
For more than 25 years, Health Partners has been enhancing the lives of it members with the guidance and support of its dedicated employees and extensive network of providers. Health Partners goes beyond the scope of an ordinary health plan by also serving the local community through the Health Partners Foundation, an employee-founded non-profit that works to fill unmet needs and make a difference in underserved communities.
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