Recently, Fortune magazine released
its “100 Best Companies to Work For” list. This is the 24th year that Fortune has released the list. The performance of candidate companies over the past year was assessed by its partner Great Place to Work, incorporating information on workplace conditions, growth opportunities, employee benefits, and more.
In this year’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” list, Nvidia
jumped to fifth place. You must know that Nvidia only entered the list for the first time in 2017 when it ranked 39th. In just a few years, it has made a breakthrough leap. Of course, this is inseparable from Nvidia’s management efforts over the past few years.
At the end of 2021, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang decided to let employees take 7 days off on Christmas; this year, in addition to statutory holidays and sick leave, Nvidia will give each employee two scheduled free vacations per quarter; Nvidia has focused on pay equity since 2015, and employees can also benefit from a free stock-buying program. Due to the acquisition plan in 2021, the loopholes in Nvidia’s targeted compensation have widened, and some employees’ promotion opportunities have been reduced. Nvidia has now noticed these problems and promised to fix both problems.
NVIDIA currently has about 9,440 employees in the United States. In a survey by Fortune magazine, about 95% of employees believe that NVIDIA is an ideal place to work; 97% of employees are proud to be NVIDIA employees and would not be embarrassed to say such things; 95% of employees believe that Nvidia does a lot of work for society and will do its best to complete the task at the same time.