Fortune magazine and Great Place to Work® have named Roth Staffing Companies as one of the Best Workplaces for Women in the nation. The company, which has appeared on the list for five consecutive years, was ranked #4 in the small/medium businesses category and is the highest ranking staffing firm in the country.
Fortune’s Best Workplaces for Women list seeks to recognize organizations that provide equal opportunity for employees of all genders. To rank companies, Great Place to Work analyzed responses from more than 4.6 million U.S. employees. For a company to be considered, at least 20% of their non-executive managers and a minimum of one executive needed to be female. At Roth Staffing Companies, nearly three quarters of senior leadership are female.
The survey included coworkers from all of Roth Staffing’s business lines: Ultimate Staffing Services, Ledgent Finance & Accounting, Adams & Martin Group, Ledgent Technology, and About Talent.
Roth Staffing has also ranked on Fortune’s Best Workplaces lists for Diversity, Parents, Consulting & Professional Services, and Millennials. Fortune isn’t the only organization heralding Roth Staffing as a best place to work. Staffing Industry Analysts has named the company as a Best Staffing Firms to Work For for nine consecutive years and ranked it as one of only eight Best Staffing Firms to Temp For.
About Roth Staffing Companies
Roth Staffing Companies is one of the largest privately held staffing companies in the country, operating from more than 100 locations across the nation via five specialized business lines: Ultimate Staffing Services, Ledgent Finance & Accounting, Adams & Martin Group, Ledgent Technology, and About Talent.
About Great Place to Work
Great Place to Work® is a global people analytics and consulting firm that helps companies produce better business results by focusing on workplace culture. Powered by more than 30 years of research, Emprising®, its SaaS-enabled survey and analytics platform, gives companies access to the assessments, data, and reporting needed to build a high-trust, high-performance culture.