Chestnut Hill College Named a “Top Workplace in Philadelphia” by the Philadelphia Inquirer  

Release Date: Monday, March 22, 2010

Chestnut Hill College was named as a Top Workplace 2010 by the Philadelphia Inquirer. In the Sunday, March 21, 2010 edition of the Inquirer, regional companies that employees have rated as the best companies to work for were featured in the special section: Top Workplaces 2010.

Chestnut Hill College’s nomination as a Top Workplace 2010 was based purely on the responses to an employee survey that was distributed last fall. One hundred and seventy companies with 131,384 employees in the Delaware Valley were surveyed in September as part of The Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News Top Workplaces program. The 21-question survey asked employees to comment on six areas of their workplace, including direction, execution, pay and benefits, careers, conditions, and management.

To learn more about why Chestnut Hill College earned the distinction of being named a Top Workplace 2010, read the complete Inquirer report here.