Baylor again earns Honor Roll designation as a ‘Great College to Work For’
Once again, Baylor has been named a “Great College to Work For” — the 11th time BU has received the honor, based on a national survey released earlier this month.
This year, faculty and staff at more than 200 colleges and universities were surveyed for their thoughts on working at those institutions. Their responses were measured up, and the top 20% were named to the honor roll as standouts based on size; Baylor, yet again, was recognized as one of the top large universities in the nation at which to work.
Specifically, Baylor employees spoke highly about their job satisfaction, compensation and benefits, professional development opportunities, confidence in (and connection with) leadership, personal wellbeing, and their pride at being a part of Baylor’s mission.
“The Baylor family of faculty and staff commit their time and talents to create a caring community dedicated to leadership, service, academic excellence and Christian commitment,” says President Linda Livingstone. “Beyond the privilege of preparing our students to be leaders and servants throughout the world, employees enjoy an active community, stability, investments in employee success, and outstanding benefits — all of which make Baylor a Great College to Work For.”
Happy people shape the culture and environment of a workplace, so it’s no surprise that Baylor has earned a reputation for caring community and for faculty, staff and students committed to being the best at what they do.
Sic ’em, Bears!
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