Health Monitor Network, the leading patient engagement company in the U.S., today announced that the company has been certified as a great workplace by Great Place to Work™ for the second consecutive year.
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Considered the “Gold Standard” in the recognition of excellent company culture, Great Place to Work is a world-renowned authority on workplace culture, employee experience and the leadership behaviors proven to deliver market-leading revenue and increased innovation, included in the 100 Best Companies to Work For® and World’s Best list published annually in Fortune.
Health Monitor Network CEO Ken Freirich is one of a very select group of CEOs to have led their organization to this prestigious certification for two consecutive years. “This is very difficult under ordinary circumstances, but extraordinary during a global pandemic,” says Joe DiCarlo, Chief People Officer, Health Monitor Network.
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“This certification is very humbling, a real testament to the incredible culture Health Monitor has adopted over the past decade,” says Ken Freirich, CEO of Health Monitor Network. “2020 was a very challenging year, but we never wavered from our core values of customers and employees first. Health Monitor’s management team did an outstanding job carrying the torch every day, supporting employees in a virtual workplace and helping them balance work and family. Their leadership was absolutely paramount to us achieving the certification for the second year in a row. This honor is a tribute to our employees who approach their work each and every day with passion and dedication. Their excellence, loyalty, and hard work is what has allowed us to flourish in 2020.”
The process for gathering data conducted by Great Place to Work is extremely rigorous and uses For All™ methodology and includes over 60 provoking questions about the company and management. The findings were very telling and revealed that 89% of employees view Health Monitor as an overall great place to work (achieving this same high-water mark for the second year in a row which is among the highest scores in our industry and region). Specific accolades derived from the survey include: 94% of employees say they can be themselves at work; 97% feel when joining Health Monitor they are made to feel welcomed; and 93% feel good about the ways we contribute to the community.
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