Forbes has named Mayo Clinic among America’s Best Employers for Women in their first-ever ranking. This anonymous survey evaluated a range of areas that are important to women including atmosphere, development and advancement, image, working conditions, salary & wage, workplace, and diversity. Forbes partnered with market research company, Statista, to identify companies with exceptional workplace cultures for women, learn more about this survey by clicking here.
Ryan Wuertz, M.A, an Operations Specialist at Mayo Clinic School of Medicine and member of our Greater Leadership Opportunities for Women (GLOW) Mayo Employee Resource Group shares her experience working at Mayo Clinic: Each day I have the opportunity to work with great individuals who are interested in maintaining a dynamic work ethic to keep our organization strong and growing. Mayo Clinic has also allowed me opportunity to balance my professional and personal life. The organizational changes and growth within Mayo Clinic have provided me with many opportunities including changes/advancement opportunities in my career, traveling on behalf of the organization and meeting grateful patients. I feel that Mayo Clinic is committed to helping its employees learn and grow. There are always opportunities for each employee to work hard, be recognized their efforts being part of a team and obtain additional education.
Our GLOW Mayo Employee Resource Group is one example of a supportive community whose goals are to promote, educate and empower women within Mayo Clinic. At Mayo Clinic you will change lives—including your own, learn more here.
In Forbes list of America's Best Employers 2018, Mayo Clinic was also ranked No. 14 among 500 large organizations, No. 23 among Best Employers for Diversity and No. 49 among the 100 Largest U.S. Charities.
External recognition of Mayo Clinic as a top employer builds pride among staff and attracts some of the best candidates to the organization. In 2018, Mayo Clinic also earned accolades recognizing distinct professions and organizational efforts, such as: