Monroe County Hospital & Clinics (MCHC) has been recognized as the number one top workplace in the medium size business category by the Des Moines Register. The Top Workplace program is based on employee feedback from third-party surveys that cover various facets of workplace culture such as how connected employees are and their level of satisfaction.
The third-party survey company utilized by The Top Workplace program through the Des Moines Register, is administered by research partner Energage, LLC, a leading provider of technology-based employee engagement tools. The anonymous survey measures several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection, just to name a few.
“Our employees have told us over and over again, it is the feeling of family and our overall culture that makes our workplace stand out. Working on a team that cares about you as a person and is equally devoted to providing exceptional patient care is extremely rewarding. It feels good to be able to have a positive impact on your coworkers, patients, and community,” said Kaylee Siebrecht, MCHC Director of Human Resources.
“It gives me immense pride that we have received this award five years in a row” said MCHC CEP Veronica Fuhs. “This year we were named the number one workplace in the medium size business category which is an amazing honor. Our employee’s dedication to our patients and overall organizational culture is beyond valued. I thank every employee for their efforts. They each add value to our company and our patient’s lives, and it is a privilege to work with them and to have them as part of the MCHC team.”
In addition to being ranked first, this is MCHC’s 5th year in a row on the Top Workplace list. MCHC also won the top award out of all organizations for having the “most clued in senior leadership.”
“Our senior leadership team is dedicated, focused and continually seeking understanding of our teams and how we interact and care for our patients,” said Fuhs.