At The WFC Group we strive to create an environment where our employees can easily integrate the daily obligations of their home lives with their careers, and so we’re honored to announce we came in number 34 on the national list. This is a testament to our combination of flexible workplace policies and a culture that encourages our employees to use these to their advantage.
To create this list, Fortune magazine and Great Place to Work analyzed more than 500 companies of different sizes across a range of industries. The WFC Group was selected based on responses to the Trust Index, Great Place to Work’s employee assessment survey, as well as an analysis of respondents' anonymous comments. Survey questions assessed co-workers' feelings on work-life balance, in addition to factors like communication, fairness and leadership that affect employees' ability to accommodate their personal lives without compromising their careers.
“The ability to work from home and maintain a fairly flexible work schedule is amazing. And while working remote there is still a focus on the ‘team’ and ‘family’ (our company summit and monthly team video calls) so people don’t feel alone in their home environments, but like they are a part of something,” said one of our employees in the anonymous survey.
This exciting news comes after our “100 Best Workplaces for Women” award we received from Fortune and Great Place to Work in 2015, where we ranked number 29 on the list.