These 10 housing finance companies are on Fortune’s list of the best places to work
Several companies in the housing industry were on the Fortune 100 list of 2017 for being great places to work.
Fortune Magazine annually ranks the “100 Best Companies to Work For”. The magazine analyzes factors such as health coverage, telecommuting, job sharing, on-site childcare, compressed work weeks, paid sabbaticals, on-site fitness center and much more. ‘others to determine its ranking.
While some companies in the housing and banking industries are in hot water for their questionable corporate ethics, others have made this year’s list of the best places to work. Indeed, a recent survey of JD Power shows that consumer confidence in the banking sector remains strong.
Here are the 10 companies that earned a spot on the Fortune 100 list of the best places to work:
# 98: PCL construction
This company has slipped slightly from 60th place last year, but remains on the list for its 12th year.
“It is an important honor that we are extremely proud of for PCL to be recognized as one of the best companies to work for in the United States,” said Shaun Yancey, president and COO of operations in the United States. “It is because of the hard work, dedication and dedication of our employees to our company that we have been included on this list for 12 consecutive years. “
# 82: First American Financial Corp.
First American has risen through the ranks from last year’s ranking of 94, and marked its second year on the list.
“To be ranked among the best companies in the United States to work for two years in a row is a tremendous accomplishment,” said CEO Dennis Gilmore. “Our employees consistently impress me with their integrity, commitment and teamwork, so I am proud to see their efforts to create a top-notch workplace recognized again nationally. “
# 62: Goldman Sachs
Although it declined slightly from last year’s ranking 51, the company remained on the list for 20 years.
# 47: Federal Navy Credit Union
The credit union was near the 44th ranking last year and is bragging about its seventh year of being named to the list.
“We believe that employees should come first in any organization,” said President and CEO Cutler Dawson. “Creating a work environment where people can learn, thrive and grow while being part of a team they believe in is what a great place to work. “
# 44: TD Industries
This construction company upped last year’s ranking to 65 by making the list once again, marking its 20th year as one of Fortune’s best places to work.
“We are honored to be recognized as one of the organizations on Fortune’s list of the 100 Best Companies to Work for,” said CEO Harold MacDowell. “The recognition reflects the commitment of our partners to create a culture that fosters trust, safety, excellent performance, diversity and leadership in service. “
# 27: Home loans united with veterans
The mortgage company improved its ranking from last year’s 30 and is on the list for the second year in a row.
“Being on Fortune’s Top 100 list is exciting for us because it directly reflects the culture our employees promote,” said CEO Nate Long. “There is no one who makes our company special. It is about the collective effort.
# 24: David Weekley Homes
Although down from last year’s ranking of 17, the automaker has been on the list of the best companies to work for for 11 years.
“It is an honor and a privilege to be named to the list of the best companies to work for for the 11th time in our company’s history this year,” said Chairman David Weekley. “We pride ourselves on our team’s passion and commitment to bringing families together and connecting with our customers in an emotional, authentic and relevant way, like the Weekley way of doing business. “
# 22: Camden Real Estate Trust
Camden fell from last year’s leaderboard to 9, but has remained on the list for the past decade, as 2017 marked its tenth year as one of the best places to work.
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# 17: Capital One
Significantly improving its position from last year’s ranking of 88, Capital One made Fortune’s list for the 11th year.
“We are honored to be recognized for our workplace and our involvement in the community,” Capital One wrote on its website, where it also bragged about its position on the Fortune 100 list on several pages of the site.
# 10: speed up loans
Slightly down from last year’s No. 5, Quicken once again took the No. 1 spot in housing companies and was on Fortune’s list for the 14th year.
“We are completely fanatical about creating an atmosphere that allows our team members to thrive, challenge assumptions and innovate,” said CEO Jay Farner. “Our team members know that we value their opinions, which creates passion and a sense of belonging to our company. It is an honor to work alongside this incredible group.
To see how this list compares to last year, click here.