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Big Y Named Forbes’ Best In State For Fourth Year

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For the fourth year in a row, Springfield, Massachusetts-based Big Y has been named a Forbes’ “Best-In-State Employer” for 2022.

Forbes’ America’s Best-In-State companies have been identified across all industries based upon an independent, anonymous survey of workers who recommend their employers for the award.

According to Forbes, employees are asked to rate their willingness to recommend their own employers to friends and family. Employees are also asked to give their opinions on a series of statements surrounding work-related topics such as working conditions, salary, potential for development and company image regarding their current employer. Big Y’s award spans 25 different industries.

”Big Y is honored to be recognized as a Forbes Best-In-State Employer for the fourth year in a row,” said Michael P. D’Amour, COO.

“We remain grateful to every one of our over 10,000 employees for providing essential food and products for our communities every day. We are proud of their efforts and share this honor with each and every one of them.”

Big Y puts an emphasis on employee experience and feedback focusing on flexibility, overall recognition, work/life balance and fostering a culture of caring and inclusion. It engages in employee roundtables, focus groups, employee resource groups and conduct frequent surveys to get feedback on improving their work environment. 

Big Y has also been named as Forbes Best in State for Diversity, Forbes Best Employers for Women and Forbes America’s Best Large Employers.

For more information, visit bigy.com.

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