Wegmans has placed near the top of another Fortune "Best Places to Work" list.
This time, the Rochester-based grocer has come in at No. 7 in the "Best Workplaces for Women." Data from more than 400,000 anonymous employee surveys was used to compile the list, which considered hundreds of businesses from varying economic sectors. Women gave feedback about their companies' culture, leadership and fairness, among other attributes such as respect, fairness, management and camaraderie.
Surveys also were examined to make sure women were as happy as men in terms of pay, future prospects and meaningful work. Demographic patterns were analyzed as well, to make sure workplaces were pleasant and advantageous for all women.