Saint Leo University was recently named one of Tampa Bay’s Top Workplaces 2016 by the Tampa Bay Times. This is the fifth consecutive year the university has been included in the annual top workplaces survey published by the daily newspaper. This year Saint Leo ranks 15h in the category of large employers, meaning those with more than 500 employees.
Saint Leo’s employees nominated the institution for consideration and were surveyed about several topics, including practices and policies that make a company a top place to work. The companies were ranked based on leadership, compensation and training, workplace flexibility, and diversity.
“This honor is a direct reflection of the university’s commitment to its six core values of respect, excellence, responsible stewardship, community, personal development, and integrity,” said Sheri R. Neshiem, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP, associate vice president, Human Resources, at Saint Leo University. “We are proud of the continuing efforts of our employees and their hard work and commitment to our student-centered environment at Saint Leo University.”
The full report can be viewed here: www.tampabay.com/topworkplaces2016
In the Tampa Bay region, nearly 180 leading employers were nominated by their employees. To be considered for participation, companies or government entities had to employ at least 50 workers in Florida and be at least a year old.
The Top Workplaces 2016 in Tampa Bay program was created by the Tampa Bay Times and WorkplaceDynamics.