CHICAGO – Grainger announced it has been named one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For® in 2022.
Great Place to Work, the leading global authority on workplace culture, selects the companies named to the highly competitive Fortune’s Best Companies to Work For list. Their selection methodology includes rigorous analytics and feedback from over 4.5 million confidential employee survey responses. Great Place to Work selects winners based on a wide variety of factors including how fairly employees are treated. Companies were only considered if they are a Great Place to Work-Certified™ organization.
“We’re proud to be recognized for fostering a welcoming workplace that is inclusive and committed to fulfilling our purpose, We Keep the World Working,” said DG Macpherson, Grainger Chairman and CEO. “To innovate and best serve our customers, we’ve built a culture based on curiosity, development, collaboration and teamwork where people are valued for who they are and recognized for the work they do. I want to thank the entire Grainger team for making Grainger one of the Best Companies to Work For.”
Grainger has a welcoming workplace where people can build a career while fulfilling the company’s purpose. 94 percent of Grainger’s team members said they feel welcome when they join the company, and 90 percent are proud to tell others they work at Grainger. Grainger U.S. team members receive competitive and flexible benefits covering team members’ emotional, financial, physical and social well-being, including an automatic six percent 401(k) company contribution, employee assistance programs, training, tuition reimbursement and more. The company also enhanced 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.
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