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Forbes Ranks doTERRA No.10 as America’s Best Employers of 2016April 08 2016 - 8:54 am
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Forbes Ranks doTERRA No.10 as America’s Best Employers of 2016
As the leader in essential oils, doTERRA also was named top employer in the packaged goods category
Salt Lake City – March 30, 2016 – doTERRA has been named one of “America’s Best Employers” by Forbes magazine, adding to a prestigious list of similar accolades received by the company and its employees. doTERRA is listed at No. 10 of the top 250 midsize employers nationally. According to Forbes, doTERRA is the No. 1 ranked employer in the packaged goods category, No. 1 enterprise in the state of Utah, No. 1 employer in the mountain states area, and No. 2 company in the entire Western United States.
The companies on the Forbes lists of best midsize and large employers were chosen based on an independent survey among a sample of 30,000 American employees working for large or midsize companies or institutions. The survey was conducted on companies from all industry sectors including educational, healthcare, and business enterprises employing more than 1,000 workers in the United States. The willingness to recommend one’s own employer to someone else was used as the most important factor in the assessment. A secondary dimension to the assessment involved asking employees to mention good or bad employers in sectors and industries beside their own.
“doTERRA is more than a growing company of Wellness Advocates and employees. We are a family. We appreciate this recognition from Forbes as it is a reflection of the environment we work to cultivate in every aspect of the business,” said David Stirling, CEO, doTERRA. “This selection, based on our employees feeling inspired, secure, understood, and needed, is aligned with our values company wide. As we grow, we will continue to build on our unique culture by retaining and rewarding the best and most passionate employees to support our ever growing number of Wellness Advocates who educate about our products every day.”
doTERRA is the world leader in the sourcing, testing, manufacturing, and distribution of CPTG Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade® essential oils and oil-infused personal care and spa products, dietary supplements and healthy living products. The company currently employs more than 2,000 people worldwide. Last year, doTERRA finished the second phase of its corporate headquarters, adding a state-of-the-art warehouse and an additional office tower bringing the total square footage of the campus to nearly 400,000. Offices were also opened in Mexico and Singapore with future expansion into Canada anticipated this summer.
doTERRA INTERNATIONAL, LLC is the world leader in sourcing, testing, manufacturing, and distribution of CPTG® essential oils through a global network of more than 2 million independent direct-sale distributors, also known as Wellness Advocates. doTERRA Co-Impact Sourcing® provides local growers and distillers fair compensation for their efforts, creating stronger local economies and a healthier, stable supply chain. In addition to a premium line of single-plant extracts and proprietary essential oil blends, the company offers oil-infused personal care and spa products, dietary supplements, and healthy living products for the home. For more information, visit www.doterra.com.
About the Forbes America’s Best Employers List Methodology
Now in its second year, the Forbes ranking of America’s Best Employers is drawn from an online survey of more than 30,000 employees at companies with at least 1,000 people. The survey was conducted with global digital data collection partners who use innovative technology and proven sampling methodologies to facilitate a deep understanding of consumer opinions and behavior. Participation in the survey was voluntary, and respondents were recruited from thousands of sources to maximize reach and representation. The mix of respondents (gender, age, region, and ethnicity) in the sample represents American employees. Each employee surveyed was asked to rank both his own employer and other employers in the same industry sector.