CARY — SAS has ranked on People magazine’s fourth annual 50 Companies That Care list.
The Cary-based software analytics firm nabbed the No. 22 spot on the acclaimed list and is credited for its “care and concern” for its employees and community alike during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“In addition to sewing hundreds of masks and 3D printing face shields for MaskforDocs, SAS employees have helped use analytics to track, monitor and predict the spread of coronavirus more accurately,” People noted in its reportage.
“Partnering with the Cleveland Clinic to share predictive models to help hospitals plan for current and future needs, SAS was able to help provide actionable insight into demands on the healthcare industry, from ICU beds to PPE to ventilators,” it added.
“Today marks my 20th year here,” one employee in quoted as saying, “and I’ve never felt so proud or blessed to be a part of SAS as I do right now.”
Partnering with Great Place to Work, People identified the top U. companies supporting their employees and their communities during the current health care crisis.
Representing feedback from over 4.7 million US employees, the 50 Companies That Care list analyzed employees’ survey feedback on how their workplaces have made a difference in their lives and in their communities.
Rankings also reflect Great Place to Work’s assessment of the generosity of each organization’s benefits, philanthropic and community support, with particular focus on activities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida-based supermarket chain Public Super Markets nabbed the No. 1 spot.
SAS is regarded as one of the world’s top employers by a variety of surveys. Forbes recently named the company at the top of the 100 best companies to work for across North Carolina.
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