The Top Workplaces in Tampa Bay program was created by the Tampa Bay Times and WorkplaceDynamics. The Top Workplaces are selected based on survey results from employees. Crisis Center of Tampa Bay employees had the option to complete an anonymous survey where they answered questions on numerous topics, including practices and policies.
The companies were ranked based on leadership, compensation and training, workplace flexibility, and diversity. The rankings were published on TampaBay.com and were featured in the April 9 edition of the Tampa Bay Times and the April 10 edition of tbt*.
“I have the honor of working with an incredible group of caring and compassionate people,” said Crisis Center President & CEO, Clara Reynolds. “The Senior Management Team and the Board of Directors are just as passionate as I am about creating a positive and rewarding environment where staff can grow professionally and feel good about the work they do to better our community.”
“These reports are illuminating because they delve into what makes employees both happy and productive,” said Times Business Editor Jeff Harrington. “It’s no surprise to find a correlation between a positive, supportive workplace and a successful business. In fact, many of the companies that scored highest in employee satisfaction are among the fastest-growing in Tampa Bay.”
For a complete list of the 2017 Top Workplaces in Tampa Bay, go to www.tampabay.com/topworkplaces
About Crisis Center of Tampa Bay
The mission of the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay is to ensure that no one in our community has to face crisis alone. The organization is the community’s gateway to help, hope, and healing, and is Tampa Bay’s elite provider of crisis and trauma services. Responding to over 160,000 requests for help each year, the nonprofit agency offers a range of evidence based programs designed to meet community needs:
• 2-1-1 Contact Center (suicide prevention, crisis counseling and information and referral services)
• Corbett Trauma Center (individual, family and group trauma counseling and research)
• Sexual Assault Services (forensic exams, advocacy, empowerment and prevention services)
• TransCare (9-1-1 emergency and mental health ambulance services, medical van transportation)
For more information regarding the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay, please visit www.crisiscenter.com
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Crisis Center of Tampa Bay