It is no secret that I love to work at CHG because we have the opportunity to give back to our community and be involved with philanthropic work. Not only does CHG provide extensive opportunities to give back, on a divisional level, CompHealth has several smaller programs including Ronald McDonald House, Meals on Wheels and a local clinic that we provide free health checks on occasion to our community.
Last year, CHG rolled out a new Medical Mission which involved bringing 4 of our doctors and 4 of our employees along with our CEO, Scott Beck, on a medical mission to Kenya. We have also been a big contributor to United Way each year.
Recently we were featured in this Forbes article and I was excited to see that CHG made the list:
“Employees say: “Since day one I have been shown on a daily and weekly basis that CHG cares about its employees, their families, and the community as a whole. Departments are always doing service projects and charity work. There is support for just about anything you might need. The managers are the ones pushing these projects and they participate just like the rest of us.
“The kindness of people within CHG is remarkable. People genuinely care for each other. It’s the most welcoming, caring, compassionate place I’ve ever worked. You see that in programs like volunteer time off, our employee compassion fund where I can donate to help employees who fall on hard times and our difference makers program that honors people who contribute their time and talents within local communities. Yet we’re still a highly profitable business, which proves you can be kind AND successful.”
U.S. Employees: 2,259
Industry: Professional Services
HQ location: Salt Lake City
Total Philanthropic Donations: $428,614
Offers PTO for Volunteering: Yes
Offers Employee Matching Funds: Yes