PITT Human Resources and NDU are among the top five employers in the U.S. for job satisfaction, according to a new survey from Gallup.
The company was also among the 20 most happy workplaces in the country in 2018, according the report.
The most happy employer was PITT.
The results come from Gallup’s 2018 Human Resources Survey.
The survey, conducted June 1-18, looked at how well people feel about their job and the work environment they live in.
In the survey, a third of people said they felt good about their current job.
The top two most satisfied jobs were PITT’s sales and information technology positions, which saw a 55 percent and 59 percent, respectively, score of positive responses, according a Gallup spokesperson.
PITT was also the top-rated company in terms of job satisfaction for its employees, with a 76 percent rating.
The employee satisfaction scores for other companies were not available, but the company’s CEO said in a statement that he has a lot of faith in the company, adding that the company is working to change how it manages its employees.
He also said he would be doing “everything in my power” to improve employee engagement and performance.
Pitt, which has been a Fortune 500 company for more than 30 years, is part of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which measures the performance of major companies.
The Fortune 500 has a median income of $1.5 million and its top executive earned $1 billion in total compensation in 2018.