May 07, 2021
The honor recognizes Colorado's best workplaces according to an anonymous survey of employees at the company.
Englewood, CO — Swedish Medical Center is pleased to announce it has been named among The Denver Post’s Top Workplaces for 2021. The list is generated from anonymous employee feedback gathered by the newspaper’s research partner, Energage. The anonymous survey measures several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution and connection.
The Top Workplaces award program has been recognizing organizations for more than a decade. The program exists to showcase employers who are successfully engaging and communicating with employees. This continuous conversation and attention to employee satisfaction has been proven to achieve higher referral rates, lower employee turnover and greater employee engagement.
“This is a particularly special award for us to receive as it comes directly from those who know Swedish best—our colleagues,” says Ryan Tobin, president and CEO of Swedish Medical Center. “In spite of the many challenges the last year has brought, our team works so well together, supporting each other and staying focused—not just for ourselves but for healthcare everywhere.”
Energage, a certified B-corporation, offers web-based solutions and advisory services that help organizations recruit and retain the right talent. Home of Top Workplaces research, Energage offers solutions that collect, understand and amplify the voice of the employee, enabling organizations to reduce unwanted turnover, lower recruiting costs and increase retention. Based on more than 13 years of culture research, advanced comparative analytics, and patented algorithms trained on more than 20 million employees at 58,000 companies, Energage has isolated the 15 drivers of engaged cultures that are critical to the success of any organization. For more information, please visit Energage.