Nineteen employers win Minnesota Work-Life Champions Awards
Nineteen employers were recognized with Minnesota Work-Life Champions awards Jan. 30.
The awards are Minnesota’s only statewide awards program spotlighting the efforts of employers for implementing programs and practices that create flexible and supportive workplaces. The awards program was organized by the Center for Ethical Business Cultures (CEBC) of the University of St. Thomas in conjunction with WFC Resources. More than 180 attended the event.
The center assists business leaders in creating ethical and profitable business cultures at the enterprise, community and global levels. CEBC, an independent 501(c) 3 nonprofit, was founded in 1978 by Minnesota business leaders and is supported primarily by its member companies.
For more information about the awards, contact David Rodbourne, vice president at the Center for Ethical Business Cultures, (651) 962-4120, or visit the Minnesota Champions Work-Life Web site.
The Champions Web site includes extensive practical information for employers and success stories featuring more than 20 employers. The site also includes photos of the awards event.