Walnut Creek, CA – Paradigm recently announced that the company is Great Place to Work®-Certified for 2022.
The designation of this prestigious honor is based on the responses of current employees to a comprehensive survey of their experiences working at Paradigm. According to survey results, an impressive 90% of Paradigm employees said the organization is a great place to work—which is significantly higher than the U.S. company average of 57%.
“Paradigm is honored to receive this certification,” said John S. Watts Jr., CEO, Paradigm. “I am continually amazed by the work our teams do every day. It’s great to see their commitment to Paradigm confirmed by a respected external source. In a competitive job market, this award will support Paradigm in attracting top talent to join us in our mission to improve more lives.”
Great Place to Work Certification™ is an employer-of-choice recognition program based exclusively on employee reporting of workplace experience and trust. This highly regarded certification is recognized worldwide by organizations as a benchmark for identifying and recognizing the top tier workplace cultures. During the extensive process, organizations are assessed on various categories including credibility, respect, fairness, pride, and camaraderie.
“It’s incredibly gratifying for Paradigm to be recognized thanks to the advocacy of our own team members,” said Karen Jones, Chief Human Resources Officer, Paradigm. “It is a clear affirmation of our commitment to a supportive, caring, and collaborative company culture. Building a diverse team dedicated to meaningful, people-focused work is what has enabled Paradigm to achieve truly life-changing results for 30 years and counting.”
According to research conducted by Great Place to Work®, compared to national averages, employees working at a Certified™ company are:
- 93% more likely to look forward to coming to work
- 4.5 times more likely to find leadership they consider great, and
- 2 times as likely to be paid fairly.
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