Its more than 11,100 employees receive childcare subsidies and potential tuition reimbursement for education advancement, not to mention a chance at pie-throwing contests, karaoke parties and 100-employee yoga retreats, according to the magazine. The most common job at CHOA: Pediatric nurse practitioner.
"We are excited to celebrate our 14th consecutive year of receiving this elite recognition from FORTUNE," Linda Matzigkeit, Children's chief administrative officer, said in a news release. "Children's is a special place because of our extraordinary employees. Through their compassion and dedication to our patients and each other, they have created a culture and workplace that is uniquely supportive."
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The hospital has also been recently named among Fortune's best workplaces for giving back; best workplaces for diversity; best workplaces for women and best workplaces in health care.
Two other Georgia companies also made it to Fortune's "100 Best." Legal giant Alston & Bird ranked 53rd and Delta Air Lines came in 97th.
This is Alston & Bird’s 20th time on the list, and only Delta’s third.
To determine which of the hundreds of organizations vying for a spot on the coveted annual ranking actually make it, analysts conduct employee surveys and in-depth questionnaires and assess company credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie.