HMP Global Achieves 2024 Great Place to Work Certification

HMP Global

MALVERN, PAHMP Global has been recognized as a 2024 Great Place To Work, spotlighting its exceptional workplace culture as defined by the very people who experience it daily. This honor is not just a nod to the company’s internal operations; it’s a marker of its potential for future success and talent attraction.

Great Place To Work Certifications are the gold standard in identifying and recognizing exemplary workplace cultures. Unlike other awards that are based on company submissions or quantitative metrics, this certification relies solely on employee feedback, giving an unfiltered view of the company’s environment.

At HMP Global, an impressive 91% of employees said new hires are welcomed warmly, indicating a supportive atmosphere from day one. Additionally, 94% reported feeling comfortable with their job responsibilities. Overall, 75% of HMP Global’s staff believe it truly is a great place to work, significantly higher than the 57% average at typical U.S.-based companies.

Jeff Hennessy, Chairman and CEO of HMP Global, sees this recognition as both an affirmation of the company’s ethos and a strategic advantage. “The Great Place To Work Certification gives HMP Global a recruiting edge, offering a globally recognized verification of our outstanding employee experience,” Hennessy stated.

HMP Global, headquartered in Pennsylvania with locations in New Jersey and Germany, stands out for its commitment to employee engagement and development. The company’s robust retention strategies include in-person networking events and comprehensive management training programs, contributing to an average service length of seven years among employees.

Anthony Mancini, Chief Human Resources Officer, correlates the company’s success with its culture. “A positive company culture boosts overall success. Our distinction as a Great Place To Work underscores our status as an employer of choice,” he noted.

This designation not only enhances HMP Global’s reputation but also underscores the critical relationship between a positive workplace culture and business performance. Companies recognized as great places to work often see benefits like lower turnover rates, higher employee satisfaction, and increased innovation.

In today’s competitive job market, certifications like Great Place To Work not only help attract top talent but also signal to clients and partners that a company is built on a foundation of respect, trust, and camaraderie. For HMP Global, this recognition is a stepping stone toward maintaining its growth trajectory and reinforcing its position in the global market.

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