The Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) is proud to announce that it is Great Place to Work-Certified® for the fourth consecutive year.
This prestigious award is based on employee feedback gathered from Great Place to Work® (GPTW®), the global authority on workplace culture. Through an extensive and anonymous survey HRPA employees took earlier this year, GPTW® measured the employee experience, corporate culture and leadership behaviours at HRPA.
The results validate that HRPA has a positive employee experience. It also illustrates the Association’s ongoing commitment to prioritizing people – and underscores their unwavering dedication to their corporate values of respect, integrity, transparency, accountability and ethics.
“We are thrilled to once again become Great Place to Work-Certified®,” says Kris Tierney, Vice President, Human Resources and Learning, HRPA. “At HRPA, we believe that the employee experience is central to well-run businesses, and ours is no different. We work hard to lead by example and deliver a culture and work environment that is fundamentally built on trust.”
Some of the latest measures that have been introduced, at HRPA, as a result of the employee input received from the latest GPTW® Trust Index survey have had a clear focus on employee health, wellbeing and belonging:
- Enhanced flexible work arrangements, including establishing HRPA as a “hybrid workplace”
- Provided more mental health and wellbeing resources
- Implemented workshops and a working group to address inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility needs
- Extension of Summer Hours program
“Ultimately, our overall success and effectiveness as an organization is a direct reflection of the people who work here. We celebrate and thank them for all they’ve done [and continue to do] to earn this remarkable recognition,” says John Hannah, Interim CEO, HRPA.
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