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A total of seven retailers made the “100 Best Companies To Work For” list.

A family-owned grocer cracked the top five on Fortune’s 25th annual “100 Best Companies to Work For” list.

Wegmans Food Market took the third spot on the list (Cisco and Hilton took No. 1 and 2 slots, respectively.) The company, which has been on the list every year, operates 106 stores in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts and North Carolina.

“Our philosophy has always been to take care of our people, so they can take care of our customers,” said Wegmans’ president and CEO Colleen Wegman. “It is extremely inspiring how our employees rise to every occasion to help others, beginning with each other. We believe this caring culture is what has earned us a spot on this list for the past 25 years and we could not be more grateful. We celebrate this award and honor with our entire family of 50,000!”

In addition to Wegmans, the other retailers that made the list were:

  • Target: #12;
  • Sheetz: #33;
  • Altar’d State: #53;
  • Publix Super Markets: #92;
  • Nugget Market: #95; and
  • CarMax: #98.

To see the full list of the 2022 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For, click here.

“Best Companies’ leadership has never been more necessary,” said Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work. “As workers struggle with the Great Resignation, burnout and COVID disruptions, these exceptional companies offer workplace experiences as strong as prior to the pandemic. These companies get that ‘place’ is wherever their employees are sitting or standing, and they are committed to make that place equitable, safe and productive. Their commitment to genuinely care for their people through trust, inclusion, purpose and meaningful flexibility for life circumstances goes beyond surface-level perks and is a model for the market to follow.”

The 100 Best Companies to Work For award is based on analysis of survey responses from more than 4.5 million current U.S. employees. Employees answered 60 employee experience questions on topics including trust, respect, fairness, and camaraderie. The ranking accounted for the experiences of employees across all demographics.

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