Great Place to Work and Fortune have recognized Wireless Vision as number 11 on the 2020 Best Workplaces in Retail list. Wireless Vision earned this award for consistently creating positive experiences for employees throughout some of the toughest months the retail industry has ever faced.
Great Place to Work determined the Best Workplaces in Retail by gathering and analyzing confidential employee experience feedback representing 900,000 employees in the Retail industry in the United States.
Wireless Vision’s culture is its best asset. “You should enjoy coming to work,” says CEO Saber Ammori, who founded Wireless Vision in 2004 alongside Mark Denha, Omar Ammori, Kevin Denha, and Mike Lakich, and grew it into the largest T-Mobile-exclusive partner in the country. “One of our values is Passion for our People, and if you don’t put people first, then you won’t be successful.”
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Wireless Vision is proud to be recognized by our team for creating one of the best workplaces in the retail industry. We strive to create a people-first culture for all employees, customers and communities we serve through
- Employee On-Boarding Programs
- Journey: Empowering Women Leaders
- WV’s Got Your Back (Social Corporate Responsibility)
- Health & Wellness Programs
- COVID Taskforce
- 75% Internal Promotion Rate
“Best workplaces like Wireless Vision have built dynamic, flexible, and transparent workplaces built on trust,” said Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work. “This gives companies on this list a powerful opportunity not just to do well for their people, but also to do well for their businesses.”
The Best Workplaces in Retail stand out for Wireless Vision in the past year is our feedback culture. Listening sessions and monthly one-question surveys have helped gather real-time feedback from employees on the things that matter to them the most. “We believe feedback is a gift, and we like the gifts our employees give us to make us better,” says Yolanda Royall-Williams, VP of People and Engagement.
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