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How to Create a Best Place to Work

It’s neither luck nor rocket science, but a focus on key factors, including trust, support and compassion

How to Create a Best Place to Work

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Editor’s Choice Awards

Most Family-Friendly Companies

Small Companies(15-49 employees)

1  Gregory House Programs
2  Pacific Administrators, Inc.
3  Maui Family Support Services, Inc.

Medium Companies (50 - 249 employees)

1  Y&M Radiology
2  Bowers + Kubota Consulting
3  Island Insurance Company, Ltd.

Large Companies (250 - 999 employees)

1  Servco Pacific Inc
2  Castle Medical Center
3  Expedia Local Expert

Very Large Companies (1,000 employees and up)

1  Kiewit Infrastructure West Co.
2  UBS Financial Services Inc.
3  Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Healthiest Workplaces

Small Companies (15-49 employees)

1  Hawaii Information Consortium, LLC
2  Wakelight Technologies, Inc.
3  Pacific Administrators, Inc.

Medium Companies (50 - 249 employees)

1  Bowers + Kubota Consulting
2  Aloha Pacific Federal Credit Union
3  Hickam Communities, LLC

Large Companies (250 - 999 employees)

1  Castle Medical Center
2  HawaiiUSA FCU
3  SVC Hawaii Management Inc.

Very Large Companies (1,000 employees and up)

1  Kiewit Infrastructure West Co.
2  UBS Financial Services Inc. 
3  Booz Allen Hamilton, inc

 

Top Charities/Nonprofits

Small Companies (15-49 employees)
Hospice of Kona

Medium Companies (50 - 249 employees)
InPeace

Large Companies (250 - 999 employees)
Castle Medical Center

 

Methodology for Best Places to Work

The Best Places to Work in Hawaii is a partnership between Hawaii Business and Best Companies Group of Harrisburg, Pa. BCG is an independent workplace-excellence research firm that partners with local publications and organizations to create similar lists across the U.S. and internationally.
The program is free and open to all publicly and privately held organizations in Hawaii, either for- or nonprofit. To be eligible, companies must have 15 or more employees working in Hawaii. BCG surveys employees and assesses the company’s policies and practices, evaluates the data and ultimately names the companies appearing on the list.

Companies are placed in their categories depending on the size of their overall U.S. workforce; however, only the companies’ Hawaii workforce is surveyed.

To learn more about the survey questions and the process, visit hawaiibusiness.com/bptw.

 

Want to Participate?

Want to see if your company is a Best Place to Work? Sign up for the 2013 program at hawaiibusiness.com/bptw.

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