While the work environment has changed in recent years, tech professionals still value organizations that foster cultures of diversity and inclusion as well as growth through career development, training, and benefits.
Boston, MA, December 13, 2022 — Computerworld is pleased to announce the 2023 Best Places to Work in IT list. The organizations on this list demonstrated a strong focus on employees particularly around career development, training, benefits, diversity & inclusion as well as retention efforts. Given that company size can play into the culture and benefits, the organizations on the 2023 list are broken down by size (large, midsize, small). Climbing to the top of this year’s list are Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina (large), OCLC, Inc. (midsize) and MetroStar (small).
How We Chose the Best Places to Work
Computerworld conducted the 29th annual survey from Foundry to identify the best places to work for IT professionals. In May 2022 Computerworld started accepting nominations from organizations that met the following criteria: Nominated organizations were required to have a minimum of 100 total employees and a minimum of 5 IT employees.
Participants were asked to provide contact information for the person at their organization who is familiar with or has access to employment statistics and financial data, as well as benefits policies and programs for the IT department and the entire organization.
Beginning in June 2022 the contacts at the nominated organizations received a 52-question company survey asking about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) practices, IT turnover, promotions and growth, IT retention and engagement programs, remote/hybrid working, benefits and perks (ranging from elder care and childcare to flextime and reimbursement for college tuition), and training and career development opportunities.
In addition to scores based on answers to closed-ended questions, the company survey entries (including numerous open-ended responses) were reviewed and evaluated by a panel of industry experts.
The nomination survey and company survey were conducted online. The responses to the company survey were collected and tabulated by a third-party research vendor. The research was closed in September 2022.
Computerworld’s Best Places to Work in IT 2023:
Large Organization Rankings (5,000+ U.S. employees)
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina
- RSM US LLP
- UKG (Ultimate Kronos Group)
- Oshkosh Corporation
- Red Hat
- Navy Federal Credit Union
- Baptist Health
- University of Notre Dame
- Atrium Health
- Beaumont Health, Spectrum Health System
- The Hartford
- Johns Hopkins University Applies Physics Laboratory
- Erickson Senior Living
- IT @ Johns Hopkins
- Johnson & Johnson
- Zebra Technologies Corporate
- Ceridian HCM Inc.
- Liberty Mutual Insurance
- Worthington Industries
- Mattel Inc.
- Health Care Service Corporation (HCSC)
- International Paper
- Tractor Supply
- Zimmer Biomet
- Kaiser Permanente
- Fannie Mae
- Avery Dennison
- Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
- San Diego Gas & Electric
- First Citizens Bank
- Applied Materials
- The Kroger Co.
- Norton Healthcare
- Portland State University
- DHL Express
- Total Quality Logistics
- Nationwide Mutual Insurance
- Jack Henry & Associates
- Align Technology
- Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG)
- Banner Health
- Fiege Logistik Stifung GmbH & Co. KG
- Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Information and Technology
Midsize Organization Rankings (1,001 – 4,999 U.S. employees)
- OCLC, Inc.
- Janney Montgomery Scott LLC
- Plante Moran, PLLC
- Tokyo Electron U.S. Holdings, Inc.
- Extreme Networks
- VyStar Credit Union
- American Fidelity
- Genesis HealthCare System
- Guardant Health
- Credit Acceptance
- Planned Systems International, Inc.
- CME Group
- National Information Solutions Cooperative
- Miami University
- Curity a ChenMed Company
Small Organization Rankings (<1,000 U.S. employees)
- Nethouse Sverige AB
- Amerisure Mutual Insurance Company
- Cloud for Good
- TMNA Services, LLC (TMNAS)
- Ostfriesische Tee Gesellscaft GmbH & Co. KG
- Edafio Technology Partners
- T-Rex Solutions, LLC.
- Axon Active Vietnam Co., Ltd.
- Complete Technology Services
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota
- IT Convergence
- Connectria LLC.
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About Foundry, an IDG, Inc. company
Foundry has played a key role in every major milestone, announcement, and development in modern technology since 1964. Today, Foundry continues to lead in the technology space by helping companies bring their visions to reality through a combination of media, marketing technologies and proprietary data. Our technology platforms of Triblio, Selling Simplified, KickFire and LeadSift are powered by data from an owned and operated ecosystem of global editorial brands, awards, and events, all engineered and integrated to drive marketing campaigns for technology companies. Foundry is dedicated to generating and innovating with data, driving demand for technology marketers with 38 offices in markets around the globe. Foundry is a wholly owned subsidiary of International Data Group, Inc. (IDG), the world’s leading market intelligence and demand generation company focused on the technology industry.
To learn more about Foundry, visit www.foundryco.com.