Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 8, 2009
HR Solutions, Inc., an international Human Capital Management Consulting firm specializing in Employee Engagement and Exit Surveys, announced the 2008 Employee Engagement Award Winners. This award recognizes the top organizations in which employees rated the highest job satisfaction scores among our 2008 Employee Engagement survey participants. We congratulate these organizations for being "a cut above the rest."
The winners are as follows:
Highest Overall Job Satisfaction Score:
Mid-America Transplant Services, St. Louis, Missouri - 93% favorable
Second Highest Overall Job Satisfaction Score:
Barton Malow, Southfield, Michigan - 91% favorable
Third Highest Overall Job Satisfaction Score:
Floyd Medical Center, Rome, Georgia - 89% favorable
In addition, HR Solutions extends congratulations to the organizations that improved the most from their previous Employee Engagement Survey.
Most Improved Overall Job Satisfaction:
NuVision Federal Credit Union, Huntington Beach, California - 13 % change
Second Most Improved Overall Job Satisfaction:
Global Insight, Lexington, Massachusetts - 11.1% change
Third Most Improved Overall Job Satisfaction:
Mercy Medical Center, Canton, Ohio - 11% change
For more information about HR Solutions' Employee Engagement Survey instruments, please call HR Solutions at (312) 236-7170 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About HR Solutions, Inc.:
Noted for its comprehensive research and actionable data, HR Solutions, Inc. is an international Human Capital Management Consulting firm located in Chicago, IL specializing in Employee Engagement and Exit Survey design, implementation, and results. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.hrsolutionsinc.com, or call 312-863-6104.
The Employee Engagement Survey Award is developed and delivered by HR Solutions, Inc. All Employee Engagement Survey clients from December 15, 2007 through December 15, 2008 were eligible for the 2008 Employee Engagement Survey Awards. Clients have no influence over the selection process.