2019 list recognizes organizations that create a Great Place to Work For AllTM
Menlo Park, CA – February 14, 2019 – Global consulting firm Protiviti has been named to the 2019 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list. The list is based on a survey of people who work at companies with 1,000 or more employees across the United States. Employees rate their company culture on more than 60 elements of the workplace, including respect, fairness, camaraderie and the effectiveness of their leaders. Administered by Great Place to Work®, the survey asks employees about their experiences of trust and reaching their potential within their organizations, regardless of role or position.
“Since our firm was founded, we’ve strived to make Protiviti a place of inclusion and innovative learning where our people are inspired to be their best selves and see the value of the work they do for our clients,” said Protiviti President and CEO Joseph Tarantino. “Our employees’ satisfaction with Protiviti, as acknowledged by this Fortune recognition, directly translates into the high-quality services our clients receive every day.”
In the publication’s profile of Protiviti, it made particular mention that the firm lives by its “Promises to Our People” and commitment to community service and employee training.
“Our goal is to make Protiviti a place where every individual has the opportunity to have a meaningful career experience and thrive in work and in life,” said Scott Redfearn, executive vice president, global human resources at Protiviti. “Being recognized as a great place to work for all gives us further momentum to continue our journey towards excellence.”
To find out more about the survey methodology, visit www.greatplacetowork.com.
Protiviti was also recently named to the Fortune 2018 Best Places to Work for Diversity® list and provides employees a richly diverse, collaborative culture where a variety of viewpoints and experiences are valued as a way to bring clients new and unique perspectives. Employees can take advantage of a broad range of personal and professional development opportunities, including on- and off-the-job training and the chance to travel and work abroad, as well as extensive other benefits which include backup childcare and sabbatical programs.