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Forbes Names Valley Health One of New Jersey’s Top Employers

Valley Hospital

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, Valley Health System has been named to Forbes’ inaugural list of Best-in-State Employers. The list, which was released today, includes only 72 employers in the state of New Jersey and only eight hospitals or health systems.

“Our goal is to create a workplace where employees feel valued and appreciated,” said Audrey Meyers, President and CEO of Valley Health System.” This recognition is particularly meaningful because it is based on feedback from our employees.”

Forbes partnered with the research firm Statista to select America’s Best-in-State Employers based on an independent survey of more than 80,000 employees working for companies employing at least 500 people at their U.S. locations. Employees were asked to rate their willingness to recommend their own employers to friends and family; participants were also prompted to evaluate other employers in their respective industries that stood out either positively or negatively. 

Employees were also asked 35 questions about work-related topics, including salary, potential for development, and working conditions.

“The most powerful endorsement any company can receive is one from its employees,” said Audrey. “Inclusion on this list is very gratifying.”

For more information about Valley Health System, please visit

6 thoughts on “Forbes Names Valley Health One of New Jersey’s Top Employers

  1. Retired is still the best employer ever.

  2. Too bad they’re leaving Ridgewood thanks to aggressive opposition from Citizens Groups that blocked every effort to expand their space. Ridgewood’s loss.

  3. They’ll be right down the road in Paramus in a better suited location.
    They outgrew the Ridgewood location years before and the neighborhood was justified in protesting them trying to double the size of the facility. This is a residential neighborhood and they became too big for the site. Instead of realizing this, they bullied everyone with their Renewal and fought us every step of the way. Our opinions didn’t matter. It’s hard to believe they are such a great employer with that track record. Cheers to “The Concerned Citizens of Ridgewood” who worked hard to preserve the neighborhood, their work is not forgotten.

  4. Let’s see if the housing complex that will be built on the RW Valley location when the property is sold wins any awards.

  5. They bullied the neighborhood. End of story.

  6. Will look nice when its converted to low income housing to meet state mandates.

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