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WellSpan Recognized for Second Year in a Row as One of America’s Greatest Workplaces

For the second year in a row, WellSpan Health has been recognized as one of America’s Greatest Workplaces in its 2024 list by Newsweek and the Plant-A Insights Group. This recognition highlights WellSpan Health’s commitment to fostering an outstanding work environment and dedication to team member satisfaction and corporate excellence.

"We are incredibly proud to be recognized once again as one of America's Greatest Workplaces and this reflects our deep commitment to creating a supportive and dynamic environment where our team members can thrive and deliver the best possible care," said Aaron Gillingham, senior vice president and chief people officer at WellSpan Health. " At WellSpan, we believe that investing in our people is the key to our success, and this recognition from Newsweek and the Plant-A Insights Group showcases the effectiveness of our efforts in making WellSpan not just a great place to receive care, but a great place to work as well."

This recognition by Newsweek and Plant-A Insights Group is based on results of a survey of more than 250,000 employees and a large-scale employer study based on more than 1.5 million company reviews. 

The evaluation process included an assessment of publicly available data, in-depth interviews with human resource professionals, and large-scale confidential surveys among a wide scope of employees across the country, focusing on various aspects such as corporate culture, compensation, benefits, and the overall working environment.

“Finding a great workplace is an important decision that needs to factor in pay, respect, training and advancement as well as healthy work-life balance. Newsweek and market-data research firm Plant-A Insights are proud to publish “America’s Greatest Workplaces 2024,” the second annual ranking that highlights companies which are committed to offering a positive and supportive working environment.” said Nancy Cooper, global editor in chief of Newsweek.

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