We are proud to announce that Process Plus has been nominated for Cincinnati Business Courier’s Best Places to Work. Process Plus has been a finalist consecutively since 2011. We believe that our employees are the biggest asset to our company. Employees complete a survey to help define what they enjoy about Process Plus and what we can do to improve the work environment.
Best Places to Work is the Business Courier’s annual competition that strives to define the tri-state’s companies who “create a fun, challenging, and rewarding workplace.” Candidates must first fill out a corporate level questionnaire, and once approved as a candidate by the Business Courier, employees are requested to take the survey. Finalists and winners are solely determined by the answers provided in the confidential surveys. The contest requires 70% employee participation to be considered as a finalist.
Even if a company does not make the finalist list, executives are still able to view the survey results. This allows those companies to understand what improvements are needed to better the work environment for their employees.
We believe that Process Plus is one of Cincinnati’s Best Places to Work because of our strong focus on employee appreciation. Throughout the month we celebrate birthdays, work anniversaries, and new-hires with potluck and dessert festivities. We also have an annual employee appreciation event. This year, our employees will enjoy an elegant dinner in the Grand Rotanda at the Cincinnati Museum Center, then onto an exhibit and OMNIMAX movie to show our gratitude for their hard work and dedication to serving our customers. Our President also personally engages in employee appreciation by writing hand-written, personalized notes, emails, speeches, and birthday cards to all employees. He strives to maintain visibility and accountability to all employees to further foster the culture of empowerment and professionalism that has come to be expected by our employees.
We look forward to receiving the results in a few weeks! For more information, check out the Cincinnati Business Courier.