Chicago Tribune Names ENGS a Top Workplace in Chicago for Third Time
NOV 6, 2020 - 7:29 am
ENGS Commercial Finance, a Mitsubishi UFJ Lease and Finance company, was named a top workplace in Chicago for 2020 by the Chicago Tribune. This distinction is awarded annually to Chicago’s best employers in recognition for their commitment to developing and sustaining a culture of respect and integrity for its employees and customers and that supports employee engagement and opportunity. This marks the third time ENGS has earned this award.
More than 3,300 Chicago area companies were invited to participate in an employee survey commissioned by the Chicago Tribune. Survey responses from employees were used to determine the top 71 workplace winners. The survey measured several aspects of the workplace, including corporate culture and vision, management, and employee engagement and alignment.
“It is an honor to be recognized for the third year as one of Chicago’s top workplaces,” Craig Weinewuth, CEO of ENGS Commercial Finance, said. “And it is even more meaningful given what we all have gone through this past year with all the COVID disruptions. Now more than ever, we recognize the hard work and dedication of our employees during these unprecedented times as they continue to deliver a very high level of customer care. It is a true testament to the commitment our employees have to our service driven culture.”
“This recognition is particularly important because it is based solely on employee feedback,” Jim Freund, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of ENGS Commercial Finance, said. “At ENGS, we are committed to ensuring our employees feel connected, valued and respected. We want our employees to feel proud to work at ENGS Commercial Finance Co.”
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