We have always maintained that through providing workers with a positive, nurturing environment we are better able to properly serve our membership
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (PRWEB) September 15, 2016
LECMPA, provider of wage loss protection for railroad and transportation workers, today announced it is a finalist in the Best Employer category from The Stevie® Awards for Great Employers program.
Created in 2002, The Stevie Awards for Great Employers are established as one of the business world’s most coveted awards. Stevie Awards recognize the world's best companies to work for, and the HR teams, professionals, achievements, new products, and suppliers that help to create and drive great places to work.
Judges with relevant work experience and an enlightened approach to the workplace are recruited and judge potential award recipients on a number of workplace categories. Each entry is reviewed and rated by five industry experts at a minimum.
LECMPA is a nonprofit, member-owned company founded in 1910 to provide job protection to union railroad workers. It has expanded to provide job insurance protection to workers in all union transportation crafts.
“To be considered for The Stevie Awards for Great Employers program is a distinct honor for our organization,” stated LECMPA President Susan Tukel. “We have always maintained that through providing workers with a positive, nurturing environment we are better able to properly serve our membership. We are delighted to be included among the other companies that value the contribution that our respective staffs make.”
Stevie® Awards for Great Employers winners will be announced at a banquet in New York City on September 30. Finalists for the 2016 awards can be reviewed here.
LECMPA, founded in 1910 as a cooperative assessment insurer for railroad workers, provides wage loss protection to unionized transportation workers in all crafts and industries throughout the United States. LECMPA is a nonprofit, member-owned company with approximately 27,000 members nationwide. LECMPA is headquartered in Southfield, Michigan and has regional offices throughout the United States. More information is available at http://www.lecmpa.org.