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Newsweek Recognizes Help at Home as One of America’s Greatest Workplaces for Women 2024

Recognition Highlights Company’s Commitment to a Culture of Diversity and Inclusion

[CHICAGO, Ill. – March 6, 2024] Help at Home, the leading national provider of innovative, high-quality, relationship-based in-home personal care services, today announced the company has been named by Newsweek as one of the nation’s “Greatest Workplaces for Women 2024”.

“As a leading employer brand, we’re proud to receive this Newsweek recognition that highlights our commitment to prioritizing gender equality,” said Help at Home’s SVP, Recruiting & Caregiver Experience Sarah Anderson. “Each and every one of the women here at Help at Home play a vital role in supporting the important work we do caring for clients aging-in-place in their homes. Our unique Culture of Caring is a cornerstone of our organization and emphasizes the prioritization of the wellbeing of all employees regardless of gender.”

The recognition in the Newsweek rankings underscores Help at Home’s deep-rooted caring for the caregiver culture that for nearly 50 years has — and continues to — foster a supportive and inclusive environment for all. In 2023, Newsweek named Help at Home as one of America’s Greatest Workplaces for Parents and Families as well as America’s Greatest Workplaces for Diversity earlier in 2024. In addition, the company is proud to have been named four times by Forbes as a “Best Employer” in the past few years.

“At Help at Home, we celebrate caregivers and staff of all genders and are incredibly proud of our 85% female representation amongst full-time employees,” said Help at Home’s Director of Culture, Diversity and Inclusion, Muziet Shata. “Receiving this recognition from Newsweek further solidifies our focused efforts to strive for Help at Home to be an employer brand of choice.”

“In the face of continuing challenges, some companies are taking steps to root out and address workplace inequities. To that end, Newsweek and data firm Plant-A Insights Group are releasing our second annual ranking of America’s Greatest Workplaces for Women 2024. These 1,000 U.S.-based companies ranked highest when evaluated on metrics including compensation, work-life balance and proactive management on diversity”, Nancy Cooper, Global Editor in Chief, Newsweek.