ChildServe Named to Iowa’s Top Workplaces 2017
At #9, our ranking this year marks our highest yet!
The Des Moines Register recently named ChildServe to the list of Iowa’s Top Workplaces 2017. ChildServe was ranked #9, making 2017 the fourth year in a row that ChildServe has been named to the top 15 large employers in the state. The Top Workplaces program recognizes outstanding employers on the regional and national level. This year the Des Moines Register recognized 150 companies statewide. Each company is evaluated solely on the opinion of the employees. At ChildServe, our mission is to partner with families to help children with special health care needs live a great life. Jay Winger, ChildServe Director of Human Resources, says the Top Workplaces award reflects how driven ChildServe employees are to make a difference for families. “This award is dedicated to ChildServe staff members who go above and beyond in their careers as healthcare professionals and give to others as they would want someone to do for them. What they do each and every day is about the children with special healthcare needs.” Lloyd VanderKwaak, President/CEO at ChildServe, says that employees who are passionate about the mission create a positive working atmosphere. This in turn enables growth in children and families, our employees, and the organization as a whole. “ChildServe continues to improve because staff members come to work determined to fulfill the mission. The secret to ChildServe being a Top Workplace is an inspiring mission, our engaged staff members, and an irresistible culture that people want to be a part of.”
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ChildServe improves the health and well-being of nearly 4,500 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, acquired injuries, and other special healthcare needs.