Amur Equipment Finance Named Great Place to Work-Certified Company for Third Year in a Row

Amur Equipment Finance received recognition as a Great Place to Work-Certified company for 2020, with 95% of Amur’s employees confirming that Amur is a great place to work. This marks the third year in a row that Amur has received the Great Place to Work-Certified designation.

“We have diligently worked to build a culture of caring at Amur, and our third consecutive Great Place to Work certification demonstrates that our efforts are working,” Mostafiz ShahMohammed, chairman and CEO of Amur, said. “We are proud of all our employees who live out our core company values, who work tirelessly to support our customers and who have built a fair and welcoming workplace at Amur in which we take great pride.”

When asked whether Amur is a fair place to work regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, and safe workplace, employees responded with 98%, 98%, 99% and 100% agreement, respectively.

“We believe firmly in the power and value of inclusivity and will always ensure that our company remains open and welcoming to everyone. The results of this survey are terrific affirmation that our efforts are working,” Jackie Havel, vice president of human resources at Amur, said.

“We congratulate Amur Equipment Finance on their certification,” Sarah Lewis-Kulin, vice president of best workplace list research at Great Place to Work, said. “Organizations that earn their employee’s trust create great workplace cultures that deliver outstanding business results.”

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