Congratulations, Protiviti! We are proud to announce that for the seventh year in a row, Protiviti has been named to Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” List!”
Confident In Our People
“Following a year of tremendous challenge for everyone, we’re especially proud to be recognized once again as great workplace for all,” said Protiviti CEO, Joseph Tarantino. “Thanks to the resilient mindset of our people, we’ve continued to support and deliver innovative solutions to our clients, even in a time of global crisis.”
Making the List
Each year, more than half a million people who work for U.S.-based companies with more than 1,000 employees participate in the survey, which is administered by Great Places to Work®. Participants rate more than 60 elements that reflect important on-the-job experiences employees have. Some of the most important to us include trust in leadership, sentiments about respect and fairness in workplace decisions, and camaraderie among teams.
A Look Back at the Past Year
“At the start of the pandemic, we were able to quickly implement a range of programs and benefits, such as additional time off for COVID-19 related reasons and more flexible work arrangements, to ensure that we stayed unified and supportive of each other,” said Scott Redfearn, executive vice president, global human resources, Protiviti. “The strong roots of our inclusive and collaborative culture and our mutual trust in each other proved a strong foundation for the firm during an otherwise turbulent time for many organizations.”
Curious to hear more? Here are some of our top blogs from this past year:
#MyProtivitiStory: We believe the best way to understand the core of who we are as an organization is through our people. These short videos are a reflection of our people’s stories and experiences.
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