ENGS Commercial Finance Named Top Workplace by Chicago Tribune
JAN 7, 2020 - 6:35 am
ENGS Commercial Finance, a Mitsubishi UFJ Lease and Finance company, has been recognized as one of Chicago’s most dynamic and industry-leading businesses by the Chicago Tribune for its Top Workplaces 2019. This is the second time in last three years that ENGS has been honored with this distinction.
Top Workplace companies were selected after review of over 75,000 employee surveys in the Chicagoland area. The list is based solely on employee feedback. The survey measures several aspects of the workplace such as corporate culture and vision, and employee engagement and alignment. ENGS is one of only 65 companies in Chicago chosen for this distinction, and the only company winning in the commercial finance space.
“ENGS is extremely proud to be recognized as one of Chicago’s top workplaces,” said Craig Weinewuth, CEO of ENGS Commercial Finance. “This honor not only reflects ENGS’s commitment to building the best possible team of individuals to service our clients, but also to providing an exceptional work environment that allows our people to grow and succeed professionally.”
Jim Freund, executive vice president/chief marketing officer, commented: “We are committed to providing a positive work environment where our employees feel comfortable and challenged, and where their contributions are appreciated and rewarded. Receiving this award is a true testament to our team. We feel we have the best team in the industry; people who are passionate and dedicated to providing best-in-class service to our customers and value to our shareholders.”
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