October 4, 2010 — New York Chiropractic College (NYCC), yet again, earned recognition by The Chronicle of Higher Education as a “Great College to Work For” — the only chiropractic college or natural healthcare institution to have done so.
This year, NYCC was also named to The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “2010 Honor Roll” — earning high marks among a field of responses from more than 43,000 people at 275 institutions and identified among a very select group of schools cited most often in all recognition categories.
Of particular note was NYCC’s high showing in employee satisfaction, work/life balance, confidence in senior leadership and respect and appreciation for the work force. This year’s survey was the Chronicle’s biggest yet, enjoying a 300 percent increase in participation with a 45 percent response rate among the more than 100,000 people who received the survey.
Dr. Frank J. Nicchi, NYCC president was thrilled with the announcement. “Such recognition is quite an accomplishment given the number and quality of institutions participating. Achieving “Honor Roll” status is truly an outstanding distinction! Ultimately, students benefit whenever quality instruction is provided by satisfied faculty members and customer-oriented service is delivered by a happy staff.”
The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Great Colleges to Work For” program recognizes colleges for their practices and policies that include tenure clarity, work/life balance, compensation and benefit.
Source: New York Chiropractic College, www.nycc.edu