Best Places to Work in Hawaii 2014
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Top Nonprofit Companies
Small Companies (15-49 local employees)
Medium Companies (50 - 249 local employees)
41% percent of the Best Places to Work allow employees paid time off for community service activities or volunteer work.
55% percent of Best Places to Work companies offer employees the option to work flexible work hours or a compressed work week.
Medical Benefits of the Best Places to Work
Among the companies on this year’s Best Places to Work list:
Percentage of companies that paid the entire premium of its employee’s medical coverage
Percentage of companies that paid the entire premium of its employee’s dependent’s medical coverage
Companies that paid the entire premium of its employee’s dental coverage
Companies that paid the entire premium of its employee’s vision coverage
When is a new employee eligible to enroll in the organization’s healthcare plan?
Fourteen percent of the Best Places to Work companies said on the first day of hire, 27 percent on the first day of the next month after hire, and 29 percent said 30 days after the hire.
Promoting Work/Life Balance
62% percent of companies have no overtime, or overtime is kept to a minimum.
57% percent of companies provide productivity or time management workshops, seminars or classes.
2% percent of companies offer paid sabbaticals.
62% percent of companies hold meetings and staff-only events during work hours only.
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