Moen honored as a ‘top workplace’ for fourth consecutive year
The announcement was made in the June 21 edition of the paper.
Moen was recently honored as one of the Top Workplaces in Northeast Ohio by The Plain Dealer newspaper in Cleveland. The list is based on employee feedback in anonymous surveys. The announcement was made in the June 21 edition of the paper.
The Top Workplaces Award, now in its sixth year, recognizes area employers who are cultivating a culture where workers feel valued, respected and are fairly compensated for their work. Thousands of employees in Northeast Ohio were surveyed by WorkplaceDynamics, a leading research firm on organizational health and engagement. The survey included questions regarding:
- company leadership
- workplace flexibility
- and diversity
WorkplaceDynamics conducts regional Top Workplaces programs with 40 major publishing partners across the United States.
“Employee satisfaction is a top priority at Moen and we’re absolutely thrilled to receive this honor for the fourth year in a row,” said Robyn Hill, vice president of human resources, Moen. “Our people have been instrumental in building the company’s reputation and driving growth, not only in Northeast Ohio but across the globe.”
Comments from Moen employees
“I feel like an integral part of the team. The atmosphere is the best I have ever had in my professional career of 30 years.”
Another employee spoke about Moen’s senior management. “They care about you as an individual and support your work-life balance.”
Moen noted it offers healthy lifestyle and community support programs. For example, at the corporate headquarters in North Olmsted, Ohio, Moen provides free flu shots and onsite mammograms. The company also holds an annual health fair and conducts regular blood pressure and cholesterol testing. In addition, all Moen associates are encouraged to join its state-of-the-art staffed wellness center and participate in programs including fitness challenges and lunch ’n’ learn sessions.
The company also stated its employees are involved in humanitarian and philanthropic causes and encourages associate development through e-learning tools, onsite classes and university/professional development opportunities. It added 40% of job openings in the company are filled by current associates thanks to a promoting from within initiative priority.
“Our associates are the foundational element of this organization — we work hard as a team every day to make this the best work environment, while striving to do good for the community,” Hill added. “As a result, we have passionate employees who are consistently creating thoughtfully designed products, care about the needs of our customers and know they’re making a positive difference.”