Better Together: PulteGroup

Employee Experience Maintaining Company Culture Remote & Hybrid Culture

PulteGroup, which began as a single home built by the hands and entrepreneurial spirit of the founder in 1950, is America’s third largest homebuilder with operations in 40 major cities today. Marketing under some of the industry’s best-known brands: Centex, Pulte Homes, Del Webb, DiVosta, American West, and John Wieland Homes and Neighborhoods, PulteGroup meets the needs of first-time, move-up and active-adult homebuyers. Their long history of success is a testament to their founder’s vision and the passionate people who have worked to fulfill it over the last seven decades.

PulteGroup is an incredible organization, committed to serving and empowering their 5,550 employees. Nearly half of their workforce is made up of women; 95% of whom report that PulteGroup is in fact a Great Place To Work.

With almost all (91%) employees reporting that they feel genuinely cared for by their managers and those in leadership positions, it is clear that the innovative programs and benefits are impacting the lives and well-being of PulteGroup employees.

Being designated an essential business during the COVID-19 pandemic, PulteGroup transitioned all of their office employees to fully remote work, all while increasing the standard of care for their frontline workers which make up nearly half of their workforce, and remained in the field during the most perilous of times.

In this session you will learn:
  • How PulteGroup has maintained a culture of trust and care during the most challenging of times.
  • How PulteGroup was able to foster a consistently positive experience for both men and women, and build a standout organization that is 50% female-identified.
  • How PulteGroup maximized the human potential of their people by committing to empowering them with meaningful work, and investing in their total well-being.