CHICAGO – Grainger announced that its U.S. business has earned Great Place to Work® Certification™. Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture, employee experience, and leadership behaviors proven to deliver market-leading revenue, employee retention, and increased innovation.
This prestigious certification is based on direct feedback from current team members about their experience working at Grainger using Great Place to Work’s research-backed employee experience survey, the Trust Indexⓒ. This year an overwhelming majority of employees said Grainger is a great place to work – 29 percentage points higher than the average U.S. company, according to Great Place to Work benchmarking data.
“We are honored to have achieved such recognition directly from team member feedback,” said Kathleen Carroll, Grainger Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer. “Grainger’s strong and consistent performance allows us to invest in an exceptional team member experience. Providing the right environment helps to make a positive impact on our business and to grow people’s careers.”
Grainger creates a workplace where team members can build their career while fulfilling our company purpose. Ninety-four percent of team members agreed that you feel welcome when you join Grainger, and more than 90 percent believe management is honest and ethical in business practices.
Grainger offers competitive benefits covering team members’ emotional, financial, physical, and social well-being, including industry-leading paid time off and holidays, an automatic six percent 401(k) company contribution, employee assistance programs, tuition reimbursement and more. The company is also enhancing its team member recognition program, financial well-being offers and mental health benefits to ensure it continues to meet the evolving needs of team members.
To read more of what team members said about why Grainger is a great workplace, visit Grainger: Great Place to Work-Certified, Grainger’s Great Place to Work profile.Tagged with award, grainger