ProLink Ranked Best Places to Work 2012

After being established in 2011, ProLink Healthcare spent little time making its mark as a place employees loved coming in to every day. The Cincinnati Business Courier ranked ProLink as one of the best places to work in 2012 in the first year they were available for this recognition, which says quite a bit about the environment they’ve established for their employees.

When asked about ProLink, President Tony Munafo gave some insights into what makes them such a special place to work.

“We celebrate not only the company success, but the indivihttp://prolink.timengledesign.com/wp-admin/themes.phpduals as well. We work together as a team to reach our vision. We take great pride in creating a culture where not only our internal employees feel valued and respected, but our customers feel like they have a true partner in ProLink Healthcare.”

When asked about keeping a positive moral, Mufano sited an open-door, feedback-rich setup that allows employees to feel important.

“We celebrate not only the company success, but the individuals as well. We work together as a team to reach our vision. We take great pride in creating a culture where not only our internal employees feel valued and respected, but our customers feel like they have a true partner in ProLink Healthcare.”

One of the biggest ways to ensure employees are happy is by giving them recognition for all of their hard work. When asked about what managers can do to thank their employees, without spending much of your budget, Mufano was enthusiastic when discussing their approach.

“We believe in recognizing our employees’ accomplishments and celebrating them as a team in the moment. When one of our team members hits a new milestone we celebrate it, whether it’s a luncheon, a toast or an office outing. It is taking the time to celebrate the achievement. At ProLink Healthcare we live and breathe teamwork every day and help each other become the best. So when one of our team members hits a high point in their career, we all do.”

Read the whole article from the business courier.