What Are the Best Companies Doing that You’re Not?
(For more winning practices, see the Best Practices of the Best Workplaces in the Americas volumes.)
Sound like your workplace? These are samples of the high-caliber HR practices that are entered in the BWA competition. We recognize the companies truly committed to their workforce.
It is a win-win situation because employees benefit from excellent HR policies, and companies can showcase their admirable practices.
Here is what a few past winners had to say:
“At Fusion, we use the Best Workplace win to promote our company in a few different ways, especially for recruiting and to promote the company as a whole. We use the logo on a table banner at career fairs and technical school presentations; display the plaques in our lobby. This gets lots of attention and is a great conversation starter about the company to any visitors, whether they’re potential job candidates, vendors, customers, or suppliers.”
—Sheila Greco, Fusion Paperboard
2012 “Best of the Best” Small Company Winner
“We make sure to reference the Best Workplace award on all of our FRQs and FRIs from customers. Customers want to know that the employees are happy and work at a place that respects and rewards them for their contributions. A BWA award also tells our customers that we probably have low turnover. Low turnover= experienced craftsmen.”
—Michelle Waterhouse, Hopkins Printing
2012 “Best of the Best” Medium-size Company Winner
Does your company take pride in its motivating HR practices? Learn more about the 2013 Best Workplace in the Americas program and how it can help your company recruit and retain the best employees at www.printing.org/bwa. The deadline to enter this year’s competition is September 30, 2013.