By Angela Seckinger — Jan 10, 2019 11:00 AM
"We are honored to be recognized by the Society of Human Resources as one of the 97 workplaces who won the award. We strive to empower our business by empowering our employees," said Kat Liendgens, CEO of Hannon Hill.
About the Award
The award is the result of a rigorous assessment. Worksites must first qualify in the top 20% of the country based on a nationally representative sample of employers. Two-thirds of the evaluation of applicants comes from an employee survey. Applicants are evaluated on six research-based ingredients of an effective workplace: opportunities for learning; a culture of trust; work-life fit; supervisor support for work success; autonomy; and satisfaction with earnings, benefits and opportunities for advancement — all factors associated with employee health, well-being, and engagement.
Specifically, Hannon Hill is being recognized for fostering a culture of workplace flexibility and effectiveness. Employees are provided unlimited paid-time off for vacation and sick leave, remote work options, paid maternity and paternity leave. In addition to, the paid-time off for volunteering, an annual retreat and paid membership access to Lynda.com, an online learning resource, as well as up to $250 annually for any organization memberships and affiliations.