Goodwill is in the business of putting people to work. That’s why their own employees are so important to the critical work they do. They strive to recruit motivated, talented people who are passionate about their work and passionate about Goodwill’s mission.
Goodwill is one of the nation’s top five most valuable and recognized nonprofit brands, and a leading social services enterprise. Over the past three years, Forbes named Goodwill as one of America’s Top 20 Most Inspiring Companies.
Goodwill cares about the people they serve. And they care about the people they employ.
Goodwill’s community-based organizations are flexible and sustainable social enterprises that provide career services and other community programs by selling donated clothes and household items at Goodwill retail stores and online. Goodwill also contracts with businesses and government to provide a wide range of commercial services.
Respect: Treat all people with dignity and respect.
Stewardship: Honor heritage by being socially, financially and environmentally responsible.
Ethics: Strive to meet the highest ethical standards
Learning: Challenge each other to strive for excellence and to continually learn.
Innovation: Embrace continuous improvement, bold creativity and change.
Goodwill Industries International employee benefits include:
- Health and Dental Plans
- 403(b) Retirement Plan
- Ten paid holidays
- Two personal days
- Vacation and sick leave
- Telecommuting and Flex Time Options
- Employee Assistance Program
- New Hire Ambassador Program
- Remote Job Opportunities
- Paid Volunteer Day
- Free Parking, Metro Accessible
- Annual Onsite Wellness Fair and Flu Shots
- Wellness Programs, including Weight Watchers, Smoking Cessation
- Quarterly GoodHealth Newsletter
- Onsite Healthy Cooking Demos
- Onsite Exercise Programs