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Tampa Bay's top workplaces: by the numbers

Top 100 workplaces: By the numbers

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8 percent: the 401(k) match offered by Grow Financial Federal Credit Union

12: complimentary hotel night stays employees at the Hyatt Hotels and Resorts - Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay receive each year

47: years Doug Scrivner has been at Clearwater's Mercury Medical

125: hours of training required for a first-year employee at the Container Store

2,000: orders in one day, on Cyber Monday, for White Cloud Electronic Cigarettes

4,287: local employees at the Moffitt Cancer Center, the most on the list

350,000: acres owned by Mosaic in Central Florida

The list

18: companies in the Top 100 for five straight years

30: companies new to the list

1848: year PwC was founded, making it the oldest company in the Top 100

16: nonprofits

Sector breakdown

15: companies in health care

13: financial services

9: insurance

8: technology

6: hospitality

5: education

4: manufacturing

4: accounting/consulting

3: real estate

3: auto dealers

3: law

Tampa Bay's high scores*

85 percent: employees who said their company acts with strong values and ethics

82 percent: employees who said their manager made it easier to do their job well

81 percent: employees who said their manager cared about their concerns

80 percent: employees who said their company was going in the right direction

Tampa Bay's low scores*

62 percent: employees who said their pay is fair for the work they do

57 percent: employees who said their benefits package was good compared with others in their industry

Most improved*

75 percent: employees who said they want to stay in their jobs for more than a year, up from 71 percent the year before, the biggest increase of any question

* All of Tampa Bay's scores are close to the national averages for those questions.

$1.25

The extra pay per hour employees at Bill Jackson's receive throughout the week if they work both Saturday and Sunday

Tampa Bay's top workplaces: by the numbers 04/11/14 [Last modified: Friday, April 11, 2014 11:06am]
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