Fortune announced the “100 Best Companies to Work For” list, the pinnacle of their list of all companies surveyed. The list combines information on working conditions, growth opportunities, employee benefits, and more. NVIDIA reached an important milestone today, jumping to the fifth spot on the list. NVIDIA appeared on the list in 2017 when it was number 39 on the “100 Best Companies to Work For” list.
NVIDIA Receives High Honors for Fortune’s Best Companies List, Ranking #5 This Year
The graphics processing unit maker bounced into the top 10 this year, ignoring its liberal leave strategies and spotlight on human association, also due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
By the end of 2021, CEO Jensen Huang gave employees the seven days off to recharge their batteries; this year, every employee will get two pre-planned days off per quarter, despite government concerns and unlimited sick days. Likewise, employees can benefit from a liberal representative stock purchase program, and Nvidia has been focusing on pay equality since 2015. This is attributable to acquisitions made in 2021, the orienteering pay gap has widened and the promotion rate for black employees has decreased compared to 2020. The organization has noted the matter and pledged to change the two cases.
In addition to making the graphics card, NVIDIA excels in the company’s focus on accelerated computing — an ever-expanding type of computing at the intersection of graphics, high-performance computing, and artificial intelligence — that will drive healthcare and manufacturing, transportation, and more. transform.
NVIDIA has more than 9,440 US-based employees in its company. Recent Fortune research shows that as many as 95% of employees agree that the company is a great place to work. The survey shows that 97% are proud to be employees of the company and would not be ashamed to say so. A large percentage (96%) believe that NVIDIA would let or fire one of their employees only as a last resort. Management has shown that they are not only ethical but also fair to each of their employees, and 95% of employees believe that NVIDIA is doing a significant amount for the community and would also do whatever it takes to complete their duties.
The top percentage of employees who stay with the company is 34%. Those employees remain with NVIDIA for up to five years.