SUBSCRIBE NOW AND SAVE 3 months just 99¢/month

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Forbes Magazine names Sanford Health as 'Best Employer' in North Dakota and South Dakota

Forbes determined its rankings by partnering with market research company Statista to anonymously survey 80,000 Americans working at businesses with more than 500 employees. The participants rated their employers on criteria that included safety of work environment, compensation competitiveness, advancement opportunities and more.

SH color logo.jpg
Sanford Health logo. (submitted)

Sanford Health was recognized by Forbes as the "Best Employer" in both North Dakota and South Dakota.

Forbes determined its rankings by partnering with market research company Statista to anonymously survey 80,000 Americans working at businesses with more than 500 employees. The participants rated their employers on criteria that included safety of work environment, compensation competitiveness, advancement opportunities and more.

Sanford Health has invested more than $100 million across its organization in 2021 in compensation increases for employees, a comprehensive program to support staff well-being and curate a healthy work environment.

“At Sanford Health, we value our dedication in providing convenient care close to home,” Bryan Nermoe, president and CEO of Sanford Medical Center Fargo, said. “Without the diversity of the employees we have and the skillsets they bring with them, we wouldn’t be the organization we are today.”

What to read next
When a visitor dropped by the new West Fargo store, recently, that world had really gone to the dogs. A tiny Yorkie in a sweater sniffed every treat at ankle level. A Shih Tzu named Oliver eagerly stood on his back legs to beg for a yummy-smelling biscuit. "Dogs are always welcome," says co-owner Megan Pechin Bergseth. "That's why we have treats in our pockets."
Activision's library of games such as "Call of Duty" and "Overwatch" gives Microsoft's Xbox gaming platform an edge over Sony's Playstation.
Members Only
Behind the scenes, small businesses have had help navigating the pandemic from employees and contractors at Small Business Development Centers.
For 5 Questions this week, the Herald speaks to Dale Amundson, owner of Amundson Heating & Air Conditioning in East Grand Forks.