St. Paul, Minn. – Pediatric Home Service has been recognized as one of Minnesota’s Top 100 Workplaces for the second year in a row as part of the Star Tribune’s third annual ranking of large company workplaces in Minnesota. One of 12 companies to receive additional recognition, Pediatric Home Service also received this year’s Ethics and Values award.
The distinctions come following employee surveys that evaluated the organizational health of more than 311 Minnesota businesses, nonprofits and government agencies. The Star Tribune is one of 30 publishing partners that distribute regional Top Workplace lists through WorkplaceDynamics, an independent research firm specializing in employee engagement and retention.
The Star Tribune asked individuals, employers and employees to nominate Minnesota companies with 50 or more employees by explaining why they are great places to work. The Top Workplace list and additional award winners were generated based on employee surveys from WorkplaceDynamics about company leadership, communication, career opportunities, workplace environment, managerial skills, pay and benefits.
Mark Hamman, president of Pediatric Home Service, said receiving the ethics and values award means a lot to the company. “Ethics has been the foundation of our work since our doors opened in 1990, and it will continue to guide decisions we make operating our business in the years to come. When you do things morally right, you feel good about your accomplishments. At PHS, we all rest easy at night knowing we did the right thing to take care of the child.”
Pediatric Home Service is recognized at startribune.com and in a special print section of the Star Tribune. The company also received an online profile at topworkplaces.com.
Based in St. Paul, Minn., Pediatric Home Service is an independent pediatric homecare company that helps medically-complex, technology-dependent children live safely and successfully where they’re most comfortable, at home with their families, rather than in a hospital. Pediatric Home Service has been partnering with health care professionals and family caregivers for more than two decades to deliver compassionate, specialized, high-quality care to children with special medical needs.
Originally published: June 18, 2012