Nationwide is a Best Workplace for Women
National business magazine Fortune announced Sept. 16 that Nationwide is among the country’s top workplaces for women.
In its annual rankings of best large U.S. employers for women, Fortune ranked Nationwide at 35. The magazine, which published the list on its website, noted that Nationwide achieved its ranking based in part on the time and focus the company spends on its employees every day.
“At Nationwide, we are proud to be a great place to work for all of our associates, a place where all voices are heard and respected,” said Nationwide Chief Human Resources Officer Vinita Clements. “For so many women here, myself included, Nationwide is more than a job, it’s a supportive environment where women can flourish throughout their career.”
To determine the Best Workplaces for Women awards, Fortune partnered with Great Place to Work to analyze feedback representing more than 5.6 million U.S. employees. The survey measures the extent to which women report their organizations create a positive working environment for everyone and how fairly women’s experiences compare to men’s reports of the same workplace. The survey also factors in the representation of women in the workforce and management, compared to industry trends.