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CDPHP Among the Top 10 Employers in the State



CDPHP was the only Capital Region company to make the top 10 list in the Best Companies to Work for in New York. Of the 75 businesses honored, CDPHP ranked 10th among large employers across the state. The rankings were revealed at a recent awards dinner in Albany.

The list is compiled by Best Companies Group in conjunction with the New York State Society of Human Resource Management. Companies make the list based on workplace policies, systems, and practices, as well as a survey, which was open to all employees, that measures employee engagement.

“I continue to be amazed by our CDPHP team – they give nothing but the best to our members, providers, and the community,” said Dr. John D. Bennett, president and CEO, CDPHP. “To rank in the top 10 and be recognized for the eleventh straight year as one of the Best Companies to Work for in New York is truly an honor.”

CDPHP employees enjoy comprehensive and flexible benefits, including an on-site gym with a full-time fitness specialist, an on-site cafeteria, tuition reimbursement, leadership development, worksite wellness programs, access to an on-site farmers’ market, and the ability to pursue community service activities.

For more information on the Best Companies to Work for in New York awards program, visit www.BestCompaniesNY.com.

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