I am extremely proud to announce that the NonProfit Times has selected the Public Health Institute as a winner in its First Annual List of the 50 top ranked nonprofit “Best Places to Work in 2010.”
The Public Health Institute is ranked number six among all large nonprofits nationally, and was number 27 across the full rankings of the top 50.
The power of any organization rests squarely in the social capital, dedication and talent of its employees. Our employees are the heart PHI, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports employee development, provides optimal benefits and promotes work-life balance.
The link to the NonProfit Times issue which features the “50 Best Non-Profit Organizations to Work for in 2010” is listed below:
Please find the full press release below.
I would like to thank PHI for its commitment to excellence. We can all take pride in this recognition together.
President and CEO
Public Health Institute