ChildServe Named to Iowa’s Top Workplaces 2018
We’re celebrating our 5th year in a row…but it never gets old!
The Des Moines Register recently named ChildServe #13 on the list of 2018 Top Workplaces in Iowa. This not only marks the 5th year in a row we have been named a Top Workplace, but we also earned the honor of being the highest-ranked non-profit on the list of large employers.
The Top Workplaces program recognizes outstanding employers on the regional and national level. This year the Des Moines Register recognized 150 companies statewide. The award is based on the responses and feedback team members provided about their engagement at ChildServe.
“This notable achievement reflects the dedication and commitment of our team members,” says Teri Wahlig, MD, CEO at ChildServe. “Our team members are people who do their work with passion and love. Each of them shapes our culture and makes a difference every day. I am so grateful to be part of the ChildServe team.”
According to the survey, team members at Top Workplaces value knowing that their work makes a difference, having managers that set high expectations and take an active role in their growth, and sharing a clear vision organization-wide.
Jay Winger, Vice President of Human Resources at ChildServe, says winning the Top Workplaces award relates back to our mission to help children with special healthcare needs live a great life.
“Our mission matters deeply to our team – it drives everything we do.” says Jay. “ChildServe’s staff engagement percentage is nearly double the national average. The Top Workplaces award and our incredible engagement statistics reflect how driven ChildServe employees are to make a difference for families.”
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ChildServe improves the health and well-being of more than 4,600 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.