Suburban Cleveland company wins 2nd major workplace award in 2016.
Westlake, Ohio (May 24, 2016) – Budget Dumpster has been honored with the 2016 When Work Works Award for its use of effective workplace strategies to increase business and employee success.
This prestigious award, part of the national When Work Works project administered by the Families and Work Institute (FWI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), recognizes employers of all sizes and types in Ohio and across the country.
“This award is beneficial to our business on so many level,” said John Fenn, co-founder at Budget Dumpster. ” However, we find the most value as a validation tool for current and future employees. It is an absolute honor being recognized alongside so many other amazing brands.
The award is the result of a rigorous assessment. Worksites must first qualify by ranking in the top 20 percent 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.
“These employers have excelled at creating effective workplaces yielding tremendously positive results for business success, as well as for their employees’ well-being and productivity,” said Ellen Galinsky, president of FWI. “Effective workplaces recognize that employees are an organization’s greatest resource and make a critical difference in the organization’s ability to not only survive, but to thrive.”
“The 2016 When Work Works Award winners confirm that leading employers are continuing the movement toward effective workplace strategies that benefit both business and employees,” said Lisa Horn, director of SHRM’s workplace flexibility initiative. “These innovative strategies are what sets these organizations apart, allowing them to attract and retain top talent, giving them a competitive advantage.”
When Work Works is a national project that shares research results on what makes an effective and flexible workplace with the business community.
Media: For more information, contact Sean Nally, at 866-284-6164 ext.123 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Budget Dumpster®
Established in 2005, Budget Dumpster delivers affordable waste removal services in in 44 states and most major markets throughout the United States. Working with over 250 local partners, Budget Dumpster sells thousands of temporary roll-off dumpsters each week for projects big and small.
Based in suburban Cleveland with a growing team of over 60 employees, Budget Dumpster has been recognized as one of America’s fastest growing companies by the Inc. 500 (#966 in 2015), one of the top five fastest growing companies in Northeast Ohio by Crain’s (2015), and one of Fortune’s Most Flexible Workplaces (2016). Learn more about how we help people and companies each day at www.budgetdumpster.com.
About When Work Works
When Work Works is a national initiative, led by the partnership of the Families and Work Institute (FWI) and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), to help businesses of all sizes and types become more successful by transforming the way they view and adopt effective and flexible workplaces. When Work Works is one of the foremost providers of resources, rigorous research and best practices on workplace effectiveness and flexibility in the nation. The initiative administers the prestigious annual When Work Works Award, which recognizes exemplary employers for creating effective workplaces to increase business and employee success.