At NTC, we strive to do everything we can to make our employees proud to work here—and we hope that our efforts will encourage more volunteers throughout our community.
Palm Harbor, FL (PRWEB) March 17, 2014
Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc. (NTC), a leading research and document-processing provider for the mortgage and financial industry, recently attended the Clearwater Regional Chamber of Commerce’s (CRCC) Not-For-Profit Business Council meeting. The session was called to begin planning an upcoming event to be held in early April, designed to bring local non-profit organizations together with businesses and budding professionals who are interested in philanthropy. For NTC, many of whose employees are active volunteers, the council provides an opportunity for the company to further its commitment to remaining an active part of the local community.
According to a recent Forbes article, strong, well-run non-profit organizations have adopted many best practices from business: they understand that good management and strategically deployed resources help them to gain market respect, donor confidence and public support (1). But NTC CEO John Hillman says that for-profit businesses could stand to benefit from observing non-profit practices, such as identifying and serving a mission that emphasizes a higher purpose, cultivating passionate employees, and keeping customers engaged and loyal. In conjunction with the CRCC’s Young Professionals group—designed to provide up-and-coming professionals with opportunities for career development while also contributing to the community—the Non-Profit Council has a strong focus on building stronger workforce and community—two initiatives that the approaching event will foster, per Hillman.
“Bringing young professionals, including many NTC employees, to an event like this where they get to experience first-hand the value of community involvement is rewarding,” said Hillman. “At NTC, we strive to do everything we can to make our employees proud to work here—and we hope that our efforts will encourage more volunteers throughout our community.”
Having younger NTC employees participate in the Young Professionals Group also encourages longevity at NTC, which NTC hopes will inspire them to seek advancement within the company, per Hillman.
NTC officials, as members of the CRCC’s non-profit council, are currently aiding the committee in outlining the event which will host several prominent speakers, including a young professional who started his own non-profit organization, and last year’s winner of the Large Business of the Year award. Young Professionals throughout the area will be invited to attend, with the purpose of introducing the next generation of business leaders to Tampa Bay’s non-profit organizations.
As a company, NTC has demonstrated its dedication to enacting a positive impact on the Tampa Bay area by way of its involvement in many philanthropic affairs, including annual toy, food and blood drives. NTC also supports Toys for Tots and the Annual Harbor Art Festival, and has raised over $43,000 for the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Palm Harbor in its past four years of participation—all in an effort to make the community a better place to live and work.
NTC, perhaps best known for its expertise in extensive research and document-processing services such as lien release processing, is an advocate for best practices and legislation that standardize the mortgage industry for the betterment of homeowners, land records and the industry at large.
For more information about Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc., and its services, visit http://www.nwtc.com.
About Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc.:
Based in Palm Harbor, Florida and founded in 1991, NTC is a privately-owned leading research and document-processing service provider to the residential mortgage industry. NTC serves mortgage lenders, servicers and investors, including eight of the top 10 residential mortgage servicers in the country. NTC is known for delivering the highest level of accuracy in research services and quality document processing that set the industry standard while protecting homeowners, assisting the mortgage banking industry and preserving the nation’s land records. The company’s land records and document experts are able to track and fulfill county document requirements in all recording jurisdictions nationwide, which is close to 3,600 different jurisdictions. NTC specializes in providing land records research, property reports, lien release services, assignment services, final document tracking, document retrieval and other custom business solutions. NTC’s expansion is tied to their contribution to their industry and their local community, ranking number 26 on the 2013 Fast 50 Awards list of fastest growing companies in Tampa Bay, and number 1,900 on the 2013 Inc. 500/5000 list of fastest-growing companies in America, up from number 2,730 in 2012. NTC also won the Inc. Hire Power award for the second consecutive year in 2013 for putting Americans back to work. For more information, visit the company’s website at http://www.nwtc.com.
1.“Why You Should Run Your Business Like a Nonprofit.” Forbes.com. Forbes Magazine, 26 Feb. 2014. Web. 27 Feb. 2014. forbes.com/sites/forbesleadershipforum/2014/02/26/why-you-should-run-your-business-like-a-nonprofit/.