“Compuware continues to do things that other companies only dream of to attract and keep the very best talent,” said Pete Karmanos, Jr., Compuware Chairman and CEO. “Our employees are the heart of our organization, and we want to give them the very best place in the world to work. By offering a stimulating professional environment with benefits and culture centered around our employees’ needs, Compuware continues to position itself — and its employees — for long-term growth and success.”
In addition to Compuware’s traditional, company-paid or subsidized benefits and insurances, the company also offers employees who work at or visit headquarters a gourmet cafeteria; an advanced wellness center with on-site instruction, state-of-the-art fitness machines and a full-sized basketball court; a child development center; and an option for work-day massages. Additionally, Compuware just hired a full time art curator who established an on-site art gallery, and the company is planning an urban farm for spring, 2011.
Composite scores were calculated by Workplace Dynamics on leadership, compensation and training, diversity/inclusion, career development, family-friendly flexibility and values and ethics. Private companies and non-profits as well as publicly held businesses were included in the analysis.