Bayer Hawaii Tops 'Most Family-Friendly' List, Continues Streak as Best Workplace


Bayer Hawaii has once again proven its exceptional workplace culture by making a notable appearance on the esteemed “Best Places to work in Hawaii” list by Hawaii Business Magazine. This achievement marks the company’s continuous recognition since 2019, underscoring its commitment to fostering a supportive and inclusive environment for its employees.  


In a significant accolade this year, Bayer Hawaii was awarded first place for being the Most Family-Friendly company across the state, its first time achieving this award.  It’s a testament to its efforts in creating a work environment that prioritizes the well-being and balance between professional and personal life for its workforce. Additionally, the company proudly clinched 2nd place in the large company category for the Best Places to Work overall category, reaffirming its status as a leading employer of choice in Hawaii. 


The prestigious list this year included 78 companies, with 15 contenders in the large company category.  The selection process relies heavily on employee survey responses that rate 80 different statements touching upon various aspects of job satisfaction and organizational respect, such as feeling of personal accomplishment within the organization and being treated with dignity rather than just as a number.  


At the heart of Bayer Hawaii’s success is its dedicated ‘Ohana of employees, “We are immensely honored and grateful to not only have made this list since 2019 but to also be recognized as the Most Family Friendly company this year. Our employees are our greatest asset, and we are committed to ensuring their happiness and fulfillment in the workplace,” said Monica Ivey, Corporate Relations Lead for Bayer Hawaii.   


Bayer Hawaii’s consistent ranking among the top places to work in the state highlights the company’s dedication to maintaining a positive work culture that values and respects its employees.  As the company celebrates this achievement, it remains focused on sustaining and enhancing its workplace environment, ensuring that it continues to be a place where employees feel supported, valued, and part of a larger ‘Ohana.