Chester, Pa., March 27, 2017 – Power Home Remodeling, the nation’s second largest exterior home remodeler, was honored with top workplace awards in Philadelphia, Atlanta, Houston and Dallas by The Philadelphia Inquirer, Atlanta Journal Constitution and Fortune magazine, respectively.
The Top Workplaces honors for Philadelphia and Atlanta were based solely on the results of an employee feedback survey administered by WorkplaceDynamics, LLC, a leading research firm that specializes in organizational health and workplace improvement. Several aspects of workplace culture were measured, including Alignment, Execution, and Connection, just to name a few. Power’s Philadelphia and Atlanta offices were recognized alongside such companies as SAP Americas, Comcast Corporation, Duane Morris LLP, CareerBuilder and Edward Jones.
Power’s Houston and Dallas offices were recognized by Fortune magazine as one of “The 50 Best Workplaces in Texas.” The Fortune rankings were based on feedback from more than 100,000 employees at Great Place to Work–certified organizations with locations in Texas. Employees completed an anonymous Trust Index survey, answering questions about Power’s Challenges, Atmosphere, Rewards, Pride, Communication and Leadership.
Across all three surveys, Power employees cited opportunities for personal development and upward mobility; a unique workplace culture including events focused on camaraderie and leadership development; and Power’s core values, including: integrity, grit, optimism, innovation and caring.
“These regional recognitions demonstrate that Power’s values, culture and camaraderie exist not just at our headquarters, but at each of our regional offices. More importantly, these awards speak to the immense opportunity our employees have for growth and professional development throughout our organization,” said Asher Raphael, Power’s Co-Chief Executive Officer. “At Power, we view all of our employees as leaders, and through mentorship and living our company values, they realize how much they can achieve professionally and personally. That’s what makes Power a truly special place to work.”
Power employees are provided with ongoing opportunities for growth in the form of leadership conferences across the country, frequent opportunities to meet and socialize with senior leadership and a personal mentor to help guide them to dream big. Power’s robust social program filled with can’t-miss events and an annual company-paid trip to Mexico also gives employees a chance to develop lasting relationships with their colleagues, bringing their experience full circle. Additionally, Power is dedicated to several mission-driven initiatives, including its partnership with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation — raising more than $1.1 million as the direct result of outstanding employee engagement and action.
The company also recently launched the Power Veterans Initiative — a one-of-its-kind recruitment program specifically for millennial military veterans with a focus on changing the national veteran narrative from one of distress to one of pride by spotlighting veterans’ unparalleled leadership skills and their desire to seek out companies where they will have the opportunity to lead.