We are thrilled to announce that we have been recognized as one of the 2016 Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ in North America! The Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces™ Awards recognize the top 50 employers in North America based on these Eight Elements of Employee Engagement: 1) Leadership 2) Communication 3) Culture 4) Rewards and Recognition 5) Professional and Personal Growth 6) Accountability and Performance 7) Vision and Values 8) Corporate Social Responsibility.
According to Achievers, the exclusive nature of this award validates our commitment to creating a people-first focus and recognizes how having an engaged workplace has positive impacts across the business.This is the second time that Venterra has won this achievement which is a reflection of our never-ending commitment to improving the employee experience.
In addition, the feedback our employees provided in our Employee Satisfaction Survey also resulted in us becoming “Certified” by Great Place to Work® Institute! Great Place to Work® Institute is an independent research firm that aims to understand what it is really like to work at a company and what employees really say about their experience. For over 25 years they have studied and identified great workplaces around the world.
Given the evaluation for the list is based purely on the Employee Survey, it is a true reflection of our employees’ opinions and feelings about working for Venterra and is an amazing testament to the positive work environment, leadership and values that we’ve striven to create. We are thrilled that 95 percent of employees say that Venterra is a great workplace!
Receiving these accolades from Achievers and Great Place to Work® Institute is a great honor and we thank our employees for their engagement and feedback which led to us being named an “Engaged Workplace” and “Certified” as a Great Place to Work. This recognition is also a direct result of our leaders creating an atmosphere where our employees can learn, grow, and be truly excited about coming to work every single day.