Cinnaire was recently selected as a Detroit Free Press Top Workplace 2018. The companies recognized in the Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces program were selected from the results of an employee survey. The Detroit Free Press partnered with Energage, an employee research and culture technology firm to determine the 2018 Top Workplaces, presented by the Better Business Bureau.
“We are excited to once again receive this prestigious award from the Detroit Free Press,” said Mark McDaniel, Cinnaire president & CEO. “At Cinnaire we actively create a culture of caring, respect and integrity. Our team shares the belief – our Why – that all people deserve the opportunities provided by living in healthy communities. The Top Workplaces award is driven by feedback directly from the Cinnaire team and confirms our success in building a culture that values people and relationships over transactions.”
The Top Workplaces ranking is based on employee survey feedback analyzed based on Energage’s objective criteria. The survey gathers responses on 24 factors covering seven areas, including organizational health factors that measure how well employees are working together toward a common cause. Factors include alignment, effectiveness, connection, employee engagement, leader and the basics.
Cinnaire provides all full-time employees with an unlimited paid time off policy, weekly organic fresh fruit deliveries, on-site fitness center at company headquarters, company paid cell and wireless services, an employee wellness program, on-site dry-cleaning pickup and delivery and a comprehensive benefits package. An open-door policy and regularly scheduled lunches with the company CEO promote transparency and establishes open communication.
Cinnaire maintains a diversity and inclusion policy to provide an environment that empowers the authentic expression of diverse voices and celebrates a workforce that reflects the communities the company serves. Company career opportunities are posted through diversity recruitment websites. The recruitment process includes a Cinnaire Culture interview to determine if candidates are a good fit, a face-to-face interview and 3rd party assessments which include additional testing and interviews. New employees participate in leadership training, attend cultural competency workshops and are given books that support the company culture including Stephen Covey’s The Speed of Trustand ZAPP, The Lighting of Empowerment.
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