- Fortune names Wegmans, Whole Foods, Publix top employers
- Merlo: CVS Caremark positioned to 'effectively compete' in PBM industry
- Will Mullany's noncompete agreement undo CVS' succession plan?
- Walgreens allies with HHS to launch free flu shot outreach to disadvantaged
- Pharmacy crime: Pushing back against rising wave
NEW YORK — Fortune magazine has released its list of the 100 best companies to work for this year, and a number of retailers and suppliers made the cut.
Among retailers, Wegman's Food Markets came in at fifth place, with 8.3% job growth. Nugget Market, a supermarket chain based in Sacramento, Calif., ranked 37th; Whole Foods ranked 71st; and Publix Super Markets ranked 77th.
Among suppliers, Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company, ranked 20th; Genentech ranked 36th; and Novo Nordisk ranked 48th. Confectionary manufacturer Mars ranked 95th.
Fortune's annual list, compiled by the Great Place to Work Institute is based on surveys of companies' employees, which account for two-thirds of a company's score. Employees are asked about management's credibility, job satisfaction and camaraderie. The other third is based on the institute's Culture Audit, which includes questions about pay and benefit programs, hiring practices, methods of internal communication, training, recognition programs, social responsibility and diversity efforts.
Find us on Facebook for more insight, analysis and the latest in drug store news.