Hoosier Companies Among 'America’s Best Employers'

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Eli Lilly and Co. made the America’s Best Employers List Eli Lilly and Co. made the America’s Best Employers List
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Forbes has released its list of America’s Best Employers for 2019. The Hoosier state was represented on the list by 12 companies, including Eli Lilly and Co., Cook Medical and NiSource among others.  

Parkview Health was the only organization in Indiana to be named to the list for the healthcare and social services industry.

“At Parkview, culture isn’t something we simply talk about – it’s something we can feel. Our care and compassion for others extends not only to our patients, but also to our co-workers,” said Mike Packnett, president and chief executive officer, Parkview Health said in a news release. “It’s an honor to be included among America’s best, and we are committed to continue fostering a workplace where people feel valued, engaged and inspired to serve others.”

Forbes partnered with market research company Statista to name companies liked best by employees in its annual ranking of America’s best employers. 

The ranking is divided into two lists: one for the top large companies with more than 5,000 U.S. employees, and another for the top midsize companies with 1,000 to 5,000.

The top large companies by rank in Indiana were:

  • 3. Lilly
  • 48. Cook Medical
  • 171. Parkview Health
  • 204. NiSource
  • 269. Anthem
  • 410. Steel Dynamics

The top mid-size companies by rank were:

  • 51. University of Notre Dame
  • 58. Shoe Carnival
  • 234. AM General
  • 317. CNO Financial Group
  • 340. Purdue University
  • 346. Barnes & Thornburg 

To view the full list of companies, click here

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