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OhioHealth Named One of the Country's Best Workplaces for Millennials

OhioHealth is keenly aware that Millennials represent the future of the economy, and that this generation of younger workers is reshaping company cultures by expecting more from the workplace. That’s why we’re proud to announce that consulting firm Great Place to Work® and Fortune have named OhioHealth one of the country's 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials in 2016.

OhioHealth earned a place on this list based on our Millennial team members' responses to anonymous survey questions asking about the levels of trust, pride and camaraderie they experience in the workplace.

“At OhioHealth, we know the talent, value and perspective Millennials bring to the workplace,” said Johnni Beckel, senior vice president and Chief Human Resources Officer for OhioHealth. “The fact that our Millennial associates value working within OhioHealth makes today’s honor especially important. We look forward to continuing to build our culture within OhioHealth and our reputation within our community for all generations.”

The 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials list was published by Great Place to Work® and Fortune in conjunction with two related lists—the 20 Best Workplaces for Gen X and the 20 Best Workplaces for Baby Boomers.

“There are more similarities than differences when it comes to what different generations want in a great workplace,” says Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work®. “Our research shows that company pride, a sense of community and competent, ethical leadership can bring Millennials, Gen Xers and Baby Boomers together for a great, high-performing workplace.”

The 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials is one of a series of rankings by Great Place to Work® and Fortune based upon employee survey feedback from Great Place to Work®-certified organizations.

OhioHealth is also named one of the "100 Best Companies to Work For" for the tenth consecutive year by FORTUNE Magazine.

 

“At OhioHealth, we know the talent, value and perspective Millennials bring to the workplace. The fact that our Millennial associates value working within OhioHealth makes today’s honor especially important. We look forward to continuing to build our culture within OhioHealth and our reputation within our community for all generations.”
Johnni Beckel, senior vice president and Chief Human Resources Officer for OhioHealth

About OhioHealth:OhioHealth is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit, charitable, healthcare organization with Methodist roots. Based in Columbus, Ohio, OhioHealth has been recognized as one of the top five large health systems in America by Truven Health Analytics, an honor it has received six times. It is also recognized by FORTUNE Magazine as one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For” and has been for 10 years in a row, 2007-2016.

Serving its communities since 1891, it is a family of 28,000 associates, physicians and volunteers, and a network of 11 hospitals, 50+ ambulatory sites, hospice, home-health, medical equipment and other health services spanning a 47-county area.

OhioHealth hospitals include OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital, OhioHealth Grant Medical Center, OhioHealth Doctors Hospital, OhioHealth Grady Memorial Hospital, OhioHealth Dublin Methodist Hospital, OhioHealth Hardin Memorial Hospital, OhioHealth Marion General Hospital, OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital, OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital, OhioHealth Shelby Hospital and OhioHealth Rehabilitation Hospital. For more information, please visit our website at www.ohiohealth.com.

About the 100 Best Workplaces for MillennialsThe 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials ranking is based entirely upon employees' own feedback and winners are selected from a database of some 620 Great Place to Work®-Certified organizations. To determine the list, Fortune asked Great Place to Work® to survey more than 88,000 Millennials (born 1981 or later), who rated their organizations on 58 workplace quality questions. Employees considered the sincerity of managers' support for people's personal and professional lives, how transparent communication is, people's ability to be themselves at work and to invest in their lives outside work, and the meaning they get from their jobs, among many other factors. Millennials' anonymous responses resulted in a total score for each company, which was compared to the benchmark for organizations of that size. Companies needed to employ at least 50 Millennials and achieve a 95% confidence level and margin of error of 5% or less in order to be eligible.

About Great Place to Work®Great Place to Work® is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. Through proprietary assessment tools, advisory services, and certification programs, including Best Workplaces lists and workplace reviews, Great Place to Work® provides the benchmarks, framework, and expertise needed to create, sustain, and recognize outstanding workplace cultures. In the United States, Great Place to Work® produces the annual Fortune "100 Best Companies to Work For®" and a series of Great Place to Work® Best Workplaces lists, including lists for Millennials, women, diversity, small and medium companies and over a half dozen different industries.

Follow Great Place to Work® online at www.greatplacetowork.com and on Twitter at @GPTW_US.