Forbes recognized Cardinal Health as one of America’s Best Large Employers 2022 among the list of more than 500 public and private businesses, hospitals, universities, and more, across dozens of enterprises.
Forbes pinpointed America’s Best Employers through a liberated survey answered by around 60,000 American employees laboring for the U.S. organizations that employ more than 1,000 people. Respondents were requested to rate how likely they’d be to suggest their employer to others.
Ola Snow, Cardinal Health Chief Human Resources Officer on the Companies Employees says,
“At Cardinal Health, we desire to be healthcare’s most relied companion. Our employees know what they are important, and that’s imaged in the results of the Forbes Best Employers survey. We’re determined to construct a workplace where every single employee can be 100% themselves – a place where they can do their most satisfactory work, supplying the products and solutions to enhance the lives of people every day.”
Especially through the COVID-19 pandemic, Snow said that employees have continually shown strength and determination in reacting to unanticipated challenges and convulsions. “Our employees were able to quickly comprehend new forms of doing business so that we could persist to help clients and communities around the world.” Cardinal Health maintained processes at its manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout the pandemic, thanks to the inexhaustible dedication of employees, she added.
“On behalf of our administrator leadership team, I want to convey great gratefulness and gratitude for all that our employees do, every day, to enhance developments for our consumers and their patients.”
Forbes Best Employers Survey Methodology
Forbes magazine’s list of America’s Best Employers is developed from a nationwide survey among approximately 60,000 employees from organizations throughout the United States, and rates employers who constantly raise the benchmark on employee initiatives and strive to accomplish corporate culture excellence. In each survey, employees were asked open-ended questions about work-related subjects and requested to assess other employers in their respective industries that stood out either positively or negatively.