Anderson Technologies’ purpose statement is to “help you to new levels of success.” This isn’t just a slogan for our customers, but truly our purpose and goal for all our team members.
Grand Haven, Michigan (PRWEB) September 20, 2017
Anderson Technologies recently received the first-place Human Resource Best Practice award from industry trade group Manufacturers Association for Plastics Processors (MAPP). The MAPP organization awarded this designation to Anderson Technologies based on the innovative “Success Coach” program Anderson Technologies operates in conjunction with other West Michigan employers.
“Anderson Technologies’ purpose statement is to help you to new levels of success. This isn’t just a slogan for our customers, but truly our purpose and goal for all our team members. We want to see every member of our team rise to new levels of success, and we are very willing to provide our employees with the tools to help them succeed,” said company President Glenn Anderson.
The Success Coach program was launched in 2015 as a new part of the long-running Employee Assistance Center. An on-call success coach is available to all employees, and the coach is also regularly available for on-site meetings during all three shifts. The success coach works confidentially with employees to solve problems and promote personal growth. This partnership has assisted team members with issues including auto repairs, child support, financial literacy, financial assistance, transportation needs, food assistance, health insurance, utilities, and more.
“We want our employees to enjoy coming to work and to be engaged when they are here, and that generally starts with a stable home life. Our Success Coach can help our employees manage the issues they struggle with outside of work. We’re honored to be recognized by our trade organization for this program,” said Anderson.
Anderson Technologies received the award from MAPP after an internal voting process selected the winning submission, and the company will receive further recognition during the 2017 Benchmarking and Best Practices conference in Indianapolis next month.