Hacienda La Puente Unified College District is among the prime 50 employers within the state of California, in response to Forbes, which not too long ago printed such an inventory for all 50 states plus Washington, D.C.
Hacienda La Puente, which has 1,975 workers and has been round since 1915, got here in ranked No. 41 by Forbes out of 100 ranked from the state.
No. 1 was Delta Air Strains, No. 2 was In-N-Out.
Dr. Alfonso Jimenez, superintendent of Hacienda La Puente Unified, was stoked to be taught of the accolade.
“We are grateful and appreciative of earning a spot on the second annual Forbes Best Employers list, despite the challenges presented due to COVID-19,” Jimenez wrote by way of e mail. “We all know this can be a true testomony to the constructive work setting and relationships that our district has established for all of our workers in assist of offering one of the best training for all of our college students.
“We are honored and humbled to be included in a list of top organizations/companies and one of only two school districts in California to be recognized. We are thankful to all of our team members for contributing to this honor and confidence in our school district.”
The checklist was compiled by surveying over 80,000 Individuals working for companies with over 500 workers. In keeping with Forbes, surveys had been performed on a rolling foundation from October 2019 to May 2020.
Lengthy Seaside Unified was the opposite college district to be ranked within the prime 50, coming in at No. 5. Jimenez, who was appointed this previous May 29, started his profession as a instructor in that district.
Riverside Unified College District got here in at No. 92.