Health Advocates Network Named as a Best of Staffing Company

SIA Awards Celebrate Industry Employers

Health Advocates Network announced it has been named as a Best Staffing Firm to Work For winner for 2021. The Best Staffing Firm to Work For awards are given annually by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions, and recognize employers for their top performance in engaging their employees and creating a workplace conducive to talent development, enjoyment, collaboration and productivity.

The winners, announced this month during the annual Executive Forum North America, represent companies who scored in the top quartile in each of the Best Staffing Firm award categories. The Best Staffing Firms to Work For 2021 awards are sponsored by Sense.

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The results of this achievement are a continuation of the success the company’s management team has enjoyed in the healthcare staffing industry. After initially focusing on consolidating the highly fragmented non-clinical healthcare staffing space, Health Advocates Network recently expanded its service offerings to include clinical staffing services. The company continues to grow its highly talented and experienced team of staffing professionals as it scales up its national platform.

“When we started Health Advocates Network in January 2020, we understood the significant impact every hiring decision and personal employee experience would have in shaping our organization’s culture,” said Andy Goldwyn, Chief Administrative Officer of Health Advocates Network. “This recognition is a testament to the talented, committed and diverse individuals in our organization who make our company a great staffing firm to work for.”

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“Congratulations to all of the Best Staffing Firm winners on this year’s recognition,” said Barry Asin, SIA President. “From communication and community to new ways of engaging their workforces, these organizations stand out in an especially turbulent year for their ability to keep staff and workers motivated, productive and feeling valued, and for their leadership in putting people first.”

Close to 250 firms sought participation in the program this year, which was conducted by SIA in conjunction with Quantum Workplace, an Omaha, NE-based company. Internal employees at each firm were asked to complete an online survey that measured key engagement categories, focusing on items including teamwork, trust in senior leaders, feeling valued, manager effectiveness, compensation and benefits. In order to gather statistically sound results, participating companies must have reached a minimum level of participation. Companies were ranked in each category according to their overall score. Winners were chosen based entirely on the survey results.

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