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I'm interested in culinary . What are the values your company upholds that makes them employers you would want to work for?

What are the values your company upholds that makes them employers you would want to work for?

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Sallie’s Answer

Hey Ashneel, while I no longer work in the culinary/food service industry, I do currently work for one of the highest rated companies to work for on the Fortune 100's best places to work list and heres what I can tell you: I work at my company for a variety of reasons but the number one reason I chose this place of employment in particular is because they choose every day to put their employees first. They prioritize our health and wellness and it was truly tested when COVID hit. My company does things like pay 100% of the premiums for all of our health insurance, offer unlimited paid time off and encourages us to use it, a 45% 401K match, adoption and IVF benefits, a 12 week paid maternity leave, created a covid fund to help employees financially impacted by the pandemic, has nationwide community outreach programs, employee support groups, they even did a virtual summer club the last few years where my kids got free books and activities to help get them through the summer. They go above and beyond to ensure that we are being supported in the ways we actually need. By doing so, the company has proudly held and maintained an employee retention rate of over 90% since it was founded just 30 years ago, we still have people who have been here since the company was created! They routinely send out anonymous employee satisfaction surveys where they use employee feedback to continuously adapt and improve the benefits they provide and the way we do things so that we are always happy.
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Rube’s Answer

Hey Ashneel ,

One value my employer holds and all employers should uphold is caring for the employees. If the employees are happy and motivated, then in return, production rates go up. If people want to be somewhere rather than need to, then there is a sense of comfort. This, in return, keeps turnover rates low. Values are a biggie when choosing your future employer.

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