06 Jun New Hope of Indiana Named a Winner of the Central Indiana Top Workplaces 2021 Award
New Hope of Indiana has been named a winner of the Central Indiana Top Workplaces 2021 Award. This is the third straight year that New Hope has received a Top Workplaces Award.
The list from The Indianapolis Star is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by employee engagement technology partner Energage LLC. The anonymous survey uniquely measures 15 culture drivers that are critical to the success of any organization – including alignment, execution and connection.
“It’s incredibly gratifying for New Hope of Indiana to be named to the Top Workplaces list for the third year in a row,” said New Hope of Indiana CEO Allison Wharry. “Over 75 percent of our associates are essential healthcare workers who have worked incredibly hard over the past year to care for our clients with disabilities, while also implementing COVID-19 mitigation measures such as social distancing and the wearing of PPE. It is thanks to our associates and the diverse, mission-driven culture those associates have built that New Hope of Indiana is once again a Top Workplace.”
“During this very challenging time, Top Workplaces has proven to be a beacon of light for organizations, as well as a sign of resiliency and strong business performance,” said Eric Rubino, Energage CEO. “When you give your employees a voice, you come together to navigate challenges and shape your path forward. Top Workplaces draw on real-time insights into what works best for their organization, so they can make informed decisions that have a positive impact on their people and their business.”
New Hope of Indiana was also chosen earlier this year to receive a national Top Workplaces Woman-Led Culture Excellence Award. The inaugural group of award winning organizations led by women was announced by Energage to coincide with Women’s History Month in March. New Hope was selected in the 1-499 employee category.
New Hope plans to leverage the awards and higher wages included in the new state budget to fill up to 50 new positions this year.