Beacon Funding Named One of the Best Places to Work in Chicago
APR 17, 2018 - 7:28 am
Beacon Funding was named one of 2018’s Best Places to Work in Chicago.
“I am happy to hear that our organization’s steadfast passion to be a better company has resonated with our staff. Let’s all continue to strive to make our days go by quickly and our work effortless,” said Sam Oliva, Beacon Funding CEO.
The recognition was based on a survey created in partnership by Crain’s and Best Companies Group to survey Chicago employees about everything from their workplace to benefits to company culture. This survey and awards program is designed to identify, recognize and honor the 100 best companies to work for in Chicago.
In addition to the survey, Beacon Funding’s workplace policies, practices and demographics were evaluated. The results of the evaluation were combined with the survey responses to determine the top 100 places to work.
Some of the benefits Beacon Funding provides employees include:
Flexible schedules and telecommuting options
401(k) profit-sharing options
Company events and outings
Career development programs and tuition reimbursement
“Out of all the companies in the Chicagoland area, it’s an honor to be recognized as one of the top 100 best places to work. Beacon Funding’s commitment to creating an incredible environment and culture shows how much the company values its employees,” said Toby McDonough, Beacon Funding president. “We look forward to finding even better ways to improve the company for our employees and clients.”
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