Winner profiles written by Caryl Anne Francia, Erin Chan Ding & Bailey McCann
Illustration by Peter & Maria Hoey | Design and development by Elizabeth Davis & Gennady Kolker
P&I recognizes 123 employers as Best Places to Work in 2023
P&I’s 12th annual Best Places to Work in Money Management is recognizing 123 employers for excellence.
Inclusivity, work-life balance top of mind for young talent
U.S. college students said they're looking for future employers in money management to embrace diversity, mentorship and sustainability.
The importance of a 'pawsitive' environment at the office
Best Places to Work winners have found ways to integrate pets into their work environment and culture, from sharing cute pictures with employees to hosting therapeutic "puppy parties."
Firms offering special training/programs
Managers boost financial wellness to ease stress, support productivity
BPTW winners have developed their financial wellness offerings around the diverse needs employees have throughout their careers and lives.
Sabbaticals give employees chance to rest, recharge. Workers love the perk.
BPTW winners who reward long-time employees with paid sabbaticals encourage them to disconnect from work and reconnect with the world.
Mission matters in attracting talent, Missouri Public Schools CIO says. It all starts with governance.
Working at a public pension fund has many benefits, said Craig Husting, CIO of Missouri Public School and Education Employee Retirement Systems, at Pensions & Investments' Future of Asset Management conference.
Understanding biases helps build authentic relationships, keynote speaker says
The first step to promoting DEI in the workplace is understanding personal biases and assumptions, Babson College professor Tina Opie said at Pensions & Investments' Future of Asset Management conference.
To cut costs, managers need more out of their talent, Casey Quirk managing director says
When it comes to cutting costs, retraining current staff to do more is one step managers will have to take to stay afloat in the coming years.
Meeting employees where they're at is key to talent attraction and retention
Actively enhancing benefits and work opportunities to meet changing needs is key to attracting and retaining talent, said a panel of human resources professionals at P&I's Future of Asset Management conference.