Veteran Community at the Nation’s Largest Exterior Home Remodeler Rapidly Advances into New Leadership Roles Across the Business
Bob Vila has published their list of ‘The Best Home Renovation Contractors of 2021’ that looks at the top contractors and home remodeling companies, with Power earning a spot on the lineup as Best For Exteriors.
Hollie Delaney, Chief People Officer at Power Home Remodeling speaks with HR Executive Magazine about her time at the online shoe retailer to her new CPO role at Power.
Power’s Senior Counsel Presents at the Association of Corporate Counsel’s 2021 Employment & Labor CLE Institute
Power Home Remodeling’s Senior Counsel Dave Dambreville speaks on addressing nuances of leaves and accommodation law related to COVID-19 compliance issues
Daivy Pierre Dambreville, Esq. joins the legal team of Power Home Remodeling, the nation’s leading exterior home remodeler.
Power has been named to the 2021 100 Best Companies to Work for by Fortune Magazine for the fifth time!
Power Home Remodeling’s co-CEOs, Asher Raphael and Corey Schiller, rank at #7 on Glassdoor’s list of highest rated CEOs during the COVID crisis.
Co-CEOs Asher Raphael & Corey Schiller share their advice on leadership and how they’ve created Power’s best-in-class culture with The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Power Home Remodeling ranks #4 on The Philadelphia Inquirer’s 2020 Top Workplaces list beating out major Philadelphia-region companies SAP and Comcast. This marks the fourth consecutive year Power has placed the top five of the Large Company category.
Power’s Co-CEO, Asher Raphael is interviewed by PhillyMag.com on the importance of the physical office and its ability to create a stronger culture, more fulfilled employees, and a better business.
Power Home Remodeling made the Inc. 5000 list for 2020, marking the ninth consecutive year Power has placed on the list.
Power’s Co-CEOs, Asher Raphael and Corey Schiller discuss how we’ve continued to support and protect employees and customers during the pandemic.
Chelsea Sullivan, VP of Cultural Development at Power, discusses the importance of providing support and transparency to employees amid the pandemic.
Power Home Remodeling’s Eamon Lynch provides his expert opinion on the top home renovation projects to complete before the summer is done.
Power Home Remodeling comes in this year at #3 on 2020 list of 40 Best Large Workplaces in New York, compiled by Fortune and research partner Great Place to Work.
Power is committed to creating the best place to work, even through the pandemic. ProRemodeler highlights that mission and how we drove engagement and connection among furloughed employees during COVID.
Director of Cultural Diversity & Inclusion, Lillian Humphrey, along with other Power Business Technology employees showcase Power’s continued efforts to attract, retain and grow diverse talent amid the racial inequality and civil unrest in the U.S.
Event planning in a post-COVID world looks a lot different. Power’s Director of Special Events, Shannon Falcone, shares her tips for creating a safe, yet fun Summer gathering.
Job seekers can tell a lot about a company by the way they are handling the coronavirus crisis. Co-CEO Asher Raphael explains why these challenging times just might be the most opportune time to find a great career.
Great benefits, leadership development, diversity, extensive training, strong culture. This is why Power is one of the 100 Best Places to Work in IT, coming in at #20.
We’re listening. We’re educating. We’re taking action. Change is imminent.
While we’ve been driving these efforts forward for years, we know there’s a long road ahead and we’re in it for the long haul. Developed in partnership with our Cultural Diversity & Inclusion (CD&I) Initiative, we are taking the following steps as of today.
At Power, culture is king. Read how we drove employee engagement during COVID-19 and maintained our strong company culture in The Washington Post.
Own a vacation home? Hear from our SVP of Installations, Michael DiMartino on the home improvement projects you should consider like window and door replacements for added value.
In the wake of social injustice and civil unrest in our country, we must enact change — especially in the workplace. Our Director of Cultural Diversity & Inclusion, Lillian Humphrey, shares how companies should address racism with employees.
Insights from Power’s Director of Warranty Services, Eamon Lynch, are highlighted in this tips piece for Reader’s Digest.
Power Home Remodeling’s Business Technology (BT) team was honored with a Silver Stevie® Award in the “IT Department of the Year” category in The 18th Annual American Business Awards®.
Several weeks ago, Power made the difficult and unprecedented decision to temporarily suspend most of our major business operations due to Covid-19 (coronavirus). Here are a few things we’re doing to keep our customers and our employees safe during this time.
Power’s SVP of Installations, Michael DiMartino shares which power tools will give you the biggest bang your buck for personal finance site, Money.com.
Based on positive employee survey results, Power makes the Inc. Best Workplaces list for the fourth consecutive year.
For job seekers looking for work during the pandemic, it’s important to standout amongst the competition. VP and Senior Talent Acquisition Leader, Ilysa Raphael shares how you can stand out with instant resume updates.
Power’s Director of Warranty Services, Eamon Lynch is an expert when it comes to home improvement. Check out the HuffPost article for the projects he recommends to keep you busy during quarantine
Did you know that you can tell the age of your house by the roof? Power’s Eamon Lynch spills that and other interesting facts you didn’t know about your home for Best Life.
Looking to update your kitchen but don’t have the tools required? Power’s Michael DiMartino provides readers with a few easy updates they can make without a hammer.
Power’s Michael DiMartino, SVP of Installations, shares updates you can make to your home that will keep efficiencies high and utility bills low.
Finding and starting a new job is tough — especially during a pandemic. Power’s Ilysa Raphael offers tips to consider to help find and land a new position for AskMen.
Power ranked #6 on the small companies list of Top Workplaces in Tampa Bay 2020.
Power makes the list for the fourth consecutive year and comes in at #6 in the large company category.
Power’s Director of Warranty Services, Eamon Lynch shares his insights on home design ideas that can boost your home’s curb appeal and be energy efficient.
Considering a new roof and don’t what to get? Eamon Lynch, Director of Warranty Services at Power explains the benefits of a metal roof.
Power Home Remodeling Group announced a key appointment in its Vice President community today. Jonathan Page has been promoted to vice president of customer development in the company’s New Jersey territory.
Timothy Wenhold recognized with award for outstanding technology leadership, innovation and efforts to create an inclusive workplace.
Power Home Remodeling, the nation’s largest full-service exterior home remodeling company, announced two key appointments in its Vice President community following their annual Vision Conference.
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF), a nonprofit dedicated to finding cures for all kids with cancer, will host The 14th Annual Lemon Ball on Saturday, January 18, 2020 at 6:30 PM at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 1201 Market Street.
Power Home Remodeling collected and donated 129,000 items to various causes in need through the Company’s Annual ‘Power Of Giving’ Philanthropic Initiative. With 16 territories across the country, each donation benefited charities in Power’s respective, local communities.
Power Home Remodeling ranked #18 on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work List for 2020, marking the fifth consecutive year Power has been featured on this list. Notably, Power outranked larger companies like Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, and Lululemon on this year’s list determined by employee reviews and ratings.
Our SVP of Installations, Mick Lynch, offers insight on what should be included in your roofing contract, alongside other valuable advice from experts when it comes to navigating a new roof as a homeowner.
On National Hire a Veteran Day, Michael Hansen, the national director of military affairs for Power, shares the real reason companies should hire military veterans.
Power’s employees exceeded this year’s fundraising goal of $750,000 in the first day of the campaign alone, bringing Power’s total contributions to ALSF over the last nine years to $3.2 million.
At Power, we are attempting to change the narrative that women can’t thrive in the home remodeling industry. Through payment transparency and female referral incentives, Power has doubled its female workforce over the past five years.
Our Co-CEOs met as college soccer teammates, now they are leading a team of 2,700 employees. Check out their feature in The Wall Street Journal below to see how two former teammates are shaping their companies hiring goals through a team-first mentality.
“I’ve learned that it’s beneficial to be quiet and listen when working with my team instead of communicating what I ‘think’ they mean. And, I’ve seen how truly listening has lead to better communication which leads to more successful projects.” Seth Lieberman, Developer at Power.
Creating a great company culture has to be intentional, with cross functional buy-in at all levels of the company. Culture is the way people feel about the organization and what it feels like to work there.
Tim Wenhold, Chief Innovation Officer at Power, spoke about his career trajectory and the benefits of focusing on purpose and mission when considering your next job.
“Paid trip to Mexico.. need I say more,” writes one remodeling consultant in a Glassdoor review for the company. Once a year, Power Home Remodeling spends millions of dollars to bring its entire staff to Mexico for an unforgettable company retreat.
CIO of Power, Tim Wenhold discusses how employees in tech can determine their value to get paid well, Additionally, Tim gives tips on building a professional legacy, and achieving personal happiness at work.
Power Home Remodeling Ranked 7th Best Small Company to Work for in Denver by The Denver Post. The small company category is for employers with 149 or fewer local workers. Specifically, this marks the second time the company has been featured on this list.
Power is changing the way they view potential recruits. Instead of focusing entirely on the ability of the candidate, Power has shifted their focus to aligning the candidates skills with the needs of the company and business.
Attracting the best tech talent is becoming a competition. At Power, in-order to compete for the best competition, we are looking inward to our employees. Specifically, we are talking with employees to see what they love about Power, highlighting the differentiators in the talent acquisition strategy.
Power won 472 Super Service Awards in 2018 — up from its previous number of 200 in 2017. Power has been listed on Angie’s List since 2004. This is the sixth year Power has received this honor.
Power CIO, Tim Wenhold, will be discussing the big question on all of our minds: “What will your career mean?” at this year’s Philly Tech Week.
Power Home Remodeling Ranked 5th Best Company to Work for in Tampa Bay amongst other businesses with fewer than 150 employees. Specifically, these small workplaces have an outsized impact on their employee satisfaction. Being small doesn’t mean businesses can’t pack a big punch.
Power’s CIO Tim Wenhold has been preparing his team for the integration of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Tools. For this purpose, more organizations are exploring artificial intelligence and machine learning tools, but few have any policies around ethical issues like bias and governance.
Power Home Remodeling, which Fortune recently named the nation’s number one workplace for Millennials, places a strong emphasis on mentorship and pairing Millennial employees with seasoned leaders in the company. As a result, more and more senior executives are turning to their younger colleagues for insight and guidance.
In order to bridge the gender gap, Power Home Remodeling has big plans in store: It’s looking to double the size of its tech team over the next two to three years.
Growth of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) — the use of internet-connected technologies to enhance manufacturing and industrial processes will lead to massive increases in the amount of data that companies can collect. Consequently, the majority of company tech leaders said their organizations are not ready to handle IIoT devices.
Since 1992, Power has out grown three different offices in becoming one of the largest exterior remodelers in the country. To illustrate, Power Home Remodeling’s current 140,000 square feet of office space in the Wharf at Rivertown is a marked evolution from its beginnings.
Fortune’s Top Work Places for 2019 featured Power at number 77. As a result, Power climbed 10 spots from the previous year.
Top Millennial Workplace, Power Home Remodeling has remodeled itself into a hip, cool, Millennial-friendly place to work with additions to the company’s headquarters. To illustrate Power’s unconventional approach to home improvement, the addition of the fifth floor is a reminder that this isn’t your typical remodeler.
Listen in as Michael Hansen, National Director of Military Affairs, and Clayton Still, Regional Director of Military Affairs, discuss Power Home Remodeling’s benefits and inclusive community for the entire military family on the Building An Ecosystem Podcast.
Power Home Remodeling, the nation’s largest full-service exterior home remodeling company, today announced four key appointments at its corporate headquarters.
Power, announced that five of its regional vice presidents have been promoted to the role of senior vice president. As a result, a new regional vice president has also been named in the company’s Massachusetts office.
Power announced the promotion of three staff to the role of regional vice president. Furthermore, the vice presidents will be responsible for establishing and growing Power’s operations in Nashville, Tennessee.
Power announced the promotion of three managerial staff to the role of regional vice president. Furthermore, the vice presidents will be responsible for establishing and growing Power’s operations in Charlotte, North Carolina.
There is a stigma that only men can be successful in the home remodeling industry. At Power, we’re eager to prove that women can not only succeed in home remodeling, but thrive, which is why Co-CEO Asher Raphael has made hiring more female employees a top priority in 2019.
CO-CEO of Power Home Remodeling, Asher Raphael, shares the best career advice he’s received in Philly Magazine’s 20+ Career Tips From Successful Philadelphians.
Why COO of Power Tim Wenhold Feels Business Technology is a More Fitting Title Than Information Technology
Tim Wenhold, COO of Power, shares why “Business Technology” is a more fitting and up to date title than “Information Technology”.
Power Home Remodeling ranked #15 on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work List for 2019. Above all, Power outranks companies like Trader Joe’s and Delta Airlines on this year’s list determined by employee reviews and ratings posted throughout the year.
Power Home Remodeling donated over 7000 items to Chester organizations – City Team and the Wesley House. To demonstrate the company wide initiative “Power of Giving”, employees of Power all around the country participate in the annual donation drive.
The 2018 Veterans Summit at Power Home Remodeling kicked off with some PT on the Rocky steps at Philadelphia’s Museum of Art! To demonstrate the continuous support to veterans, Power is hosting its annual veterans summit this weekend!
Power Home Remodeling’s Connecticut location ranked #3 on The CT Post’s Top Workplaces List for 2018 for medium sized companies. Given that this award is based on employee satisfaction makes it extra special!
Fortune Magazine ranked Power Home Remodeling #6 on their 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials in 2018. Of the nearly 2500 employees at Power, 91% are a part of the Millennial generation! This ranking is based on survey responses from Power employees as well as research conducted by Fortune’s partner, Great Places to Work.
Philly Mag recognizes Power Home Remodeling’s Co-CEOs Corey Schiller and Asher Raphael for their rank among the top ten most liked CEOs in the country. Ranking #6 on Glassdoor’s List for 2018, the pair boasts a 98% approval rating from current and former employees on the site.
Power Home Remodeling ranked #3 mid-sized company in the D.C. area according to Washington Post’s Top Workplaces list for 2018. This ranking is based on employee feedback generated through satisfaction surveys in areas like company leadership, culture and benefits.
Corey Schiller and Asher Raphael Power’s Co-CEOs ranked #6 on Glassdoor’s Top CEOs List for 2018. For instance, according to Glassdoor 98% of Power employees approve of Corey and Asher as company leaders. These rankings were determined through employee generated approval ratings through the site.
Power Home Remodeling, led by Military Affairs Director Michael Hansen, is changing the way employers view veterans as they re-enter the workforce. Specifically, Mike discusses hiring veterans and nurturing the support system that will help them find success within a company with the Washington Post.
Power Home Remodeling ranks #2 on Remodeling Magazine‘s Top 550 Home Improvement Contractors list for 2018. This list, published yearly, ranks remodelers not only by revenues generated, but also workplace benefits and growth year over year.
According to Fortune Magazine, Power Home Remodeling is among the very best large companies to work for in Chicago. Power Home Remodeling ranked #2 on Fortune’s Best Workplaces list for 2018.
Power’s Denver office ranked #3 small sized workplace for 2018 by Top Workplaces. For instance, this is Denver’s first appearance on the list which is based on employee feedback generated through company satisfaction surveys.
Power’s Co-CEO Asher Raphael discusses why he chose to rent three billboards outside of Cleveland, Ohio, with hopes of enticing LeBron James to come to Philly. To illustrate the national dialogue, the campaign used #PhillyWantsLebron.
Power Home Remodeling ranked #4 on Philly.com’s Top Workplaces List for large businesses in the Philadelphia area.
Based on employee feedback, Power Home Remodeling ranked #3 on Fortune Magazine’s Best Companies to Work For in Texas List for 2018.
The Atlanta Constitution Journal ranks Power Home Remodeling among the top 150 workplaces in the Atlanta area. Based on employee feedback, Power’s Atlanta Office ranks #7 in the small sized business category for 2018.
Fortune shares advice for landing a job with Power Home Remodeling and other awesome companies included on their Best Companies to Work For List in 2018.
Power Home Remodeling ranks among the top work places in the nation according to Fortune Magazine’s Best Companies to Work For list in 2018.
ProRemodeler Magazine recognized Power Home Remodeling for their dedication to developing a company culture that celebrates the purpose driven mindset and ambition that characterize the Millennial generation.
Philly Mag recognizes Power Home Remodeling as one of 3 Philly-area companies on Glassdoor’s 2018 Best Places to Work List. Glassdoor acknowledged Power for its “unmatched culture” and community that recognizes each employee’s accomplishments.
In a recent interview with Glassdoor, Co-CEO Asher Raphael discusses the secret to success for Power Home Remodeling. He attributes their success to the company’s relentless dedication to creating positive change in the lives of both their customers, and employees.
Power Home Remodeling ranked #16 on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work List for 2018. This is Power’s third consecutive appearance on the List. The list ranks companies based on overall employee satisfaction in areas like growth opportunity, culture, and salary. Learn more about a career at Power here.
Power’s annual “The Power of Giving”, a company-wide donation drive leading up to Thanksgiving, generated thousands of donations. Power donated more than 20,000 items to 13 organizations across the country. Power’s headquarters alone donated over 3,500 items to The Wesley House.
Power Home Remodeling ranked #4 on Boston Globe‘s Top Places to Work List in the medium sized company category. Power ranked #12 in their last appearance on this list moving up 8 spots for 2017.
Power Home Remodeling’s Dallas office ranked #3 on Dallas News Top 100 Work Places list in the small companies category. This is Power’s first appearance on the list.
The Boston Globe interviews Power’s Regional Marketing VP, Tat Nsindu, about why he loves his job. The article highlights employees from a variety of industries and explains why they’re so passionate about their careers.
Glassdoor highlights Power Home Remodeling’s interview process in their “Cool Companies That Hire in 15 Days or Less” article. The article describes the perks of a quick interview experience and lists cool companies who are hiring with relatively short interview processes. The list includes companies such as J. Crew, Antropologie, and the YMCA in addition to Power Home Remodeling.
Roofing Contractor Magazine has recognized Power Home Remodeling as their Residential Roofing Contractor of the Year for 2017. Roofing Contractor highlights Power’s commitment to putting people before profits and their rapid rise to success within the roofing industry.
Asher Raphael, Co-CEO of Power Home Remodeling, spoke at The CEO Initiative luncheon in New York City. Asher encouraged fellow leaders to talk about difficult topics like workplace diversity despite how these conversations may go.
Power Home Remodeling’s Connecticut office earned the No. 4 spot on the Hearst Connecticut Top Workplaces Survey this year. Survey results highlighted Power’s commitment to putting people first and aligning business goals with what employees and customers care about most.
Power partnered with Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation to raise money to fund research dedicated to finding cures for various forms of childhood cancer by hosting kick ball tournaments in local offices across the US.
Power Home Remodeling Co-CEOs Corey Schiller and Asher Raphael ranked #14 on Glassdoor’s list of Highest Rated CEOs for 2017 with a 98% approval rating from employees across the US.
Power Home Remodeling debuts as #14 in its first appearance on Computerworld’s Best Places to Work in IT for midsize companies for the year 2017.
Inc. Magazine highlights Power’s commitment to creating and fostering a company culture that encourages good habits, transparency and trust.
Power Home Remodeling launched its month-long fundraiser for Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF), a nonprofit dedicated to finding cures for various forms of childhood cancer, at its annual Alex’s kickoff meeting.
The challenge, which calls employees to post pictures and videos of themselves doing handstands, challenge their followers, and donate to the cause, aims to raise money for Power’s long-time partner, Alex’s Lemonade Stand Fund.
Power ranked #2 on the list, standing out among the more than 1,600 companies that applied. The rankings are determined via employee surveys on issues like career development, communication, trust in leadership, team dynamics and individual needs.
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.
More than 2,500 Georgia-based companies were nominated or asked to participate in the 2017 Top Workplaces awards by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and its partner Workplace Dynamics.
Top Workplaces 2017 is an effort to discover the best employers in the Philadelphia region – as decided by each company’s employees.
On top of traditional benefits, Power offers one very unusual perk: an annual, all-expense paid trip to Cancun, Mexico. Every employee in the organization is invited with a guest for a four-day celebration, including Olympics-style competitions and a beach concert with a global entertainer. In 2016, Flo Rida performed for Power employees.
No matter the size of a business, a high-performing company culture translates into happy employees, a productive and engaging work environment, fluid communication and more.
Published together with Fortune’s partner, Great Place to Work, the Best Workplaces in Texas rankings are based on feedback from more than 100,000 employees at Great Place to Work–certified organizations with locations in Texas.
CHESTER, Pa., Dec. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Power Home Remodeling, the nation’s second largest exterior home remodeler, was ranked No. 10 out of 50 companies on Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work 2017 list in their annual Employees’ Choice Awards — based entirely on positive employee feedback. Glassdoor’s annual Employees’ Choice Awards, now in its ninth year, relies solely on the input of employees who provide feedback on their jobs, work environments and companies.
Climbing five spots this year, Power employees cited perks including high earnings potential; unique workplace culture; ample opportunities for growth; the people they work with; a smart leadership team; and Power’s robust events platform as reasons why the company should be recognized as a top workplace. Within their Glassdoor review, one of Power’s employees stated “they wouldn’t want to be anywhere else,” while another employee said that Power is “an amazing company with a clear career path.”
“We are immensely proud of this recognition because it comes from the unsolicited feedback of our employees — and their opinion is what matters most to us. At Power, our clearly expressed number one priority, ahead of revenue and profitability, is increasing the happiness of our employees,” said Asher Raphael, Power’s Co-Chief Executive Officer. “As one of the top workplaces in the country for millennials, we know the importance they place on transparency and having a voice, and we remain dedicated to creating an open culture and providing ample opportunities where our employees can impact the direction of the company.”
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 a lasting camaraderie with their colleagues to bring 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 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.
This award marks Power’s sixth recognition in 2016 alone related to the company’s remarkable workplace culture — and based solely on employee feedback. Earlier this year, Power was named one of the Best 100 Companies and a top workplace for millennials by Fortune and Great Place to Work®, and the company’s co-CEOs ranked No. 25 on Glassdoor’s list of Highest Rated CEOs.
“Company culture and the employee experience are critical considerations for job seekers everywhere when deciding where to work. To help, the Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards recognize companies that truly stand out as Best Places to Work because they’re purely determined by the authentic voice of those who really know a company best — the employees,” said Robert Hohman, Glassdoor CEO and co-founder. “Employers where employees love to work continue to prove that they have a recruiting and business performance edge. We’re proud to celebrate the 2017 Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards winners in earning this incredible achievement.”
Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work list is determined using company reviews shared by U.S.-based employees between Nov. 2, 2015, and Oct. 30, 2016. To be considered for the large category, a company must have at least 1,000 or more employees and have received at least 75 company reviews from U.S.-based employees during the period of eligibility. The final list is compiled based on Glassdoor’s proprietary algorithm, and takes into account quantity, quality and consistency of reviews.
To see the complete list of Best Places to Work, visit https://www.glassdoor.com/Award/Best-Places-to-Work-LST_KQ0,19.htm. For more information about Power and available career opportunities, visit WorkatPower.com or Facebook.com/PowerHRG.com.
Power Home Remodeling, based out of Chester, Delaware County, beat out Apple, Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Forrester, Delta Airlines and even The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints for Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Best Places to Work 2017.
Glassdoor, the world’s most transparent jobs and recruiting marketplace, has announced the winners of its ninth annual Employees’ Choice Awards, honoring the Best Places to Work in 2017 across North America and parts of Europe.
Lillian Anderson is a veteran who is making a huge difference in her community as well as professionally.
Power Home Remodeling has launched its new Fortitude Roofing System, which was designed to provide homeowners with a long-lasting roofing system that resists winds up to 130 MPH, blocks UV rays and guards against stains, algae…
Power Home Remodeling was ranked #2 by the Detroit Free Press on its 2016 Top Workplaces list.
Power was recognized with Houston Chronicle’s #1 Top Workplace Award in the 2016 ‘Small Companies’ category.
Millennial Veterans Value Opportunities to Be a Leader at Work Twice as Much as the Average Millennial According to Civilian Workforce Survey of Millennial Veterans Fielded by Power Home Remodeling
Nearly 60% of millennial veterans cite transitioning to civilian life and finding civilian employment as the most significant challenge they face.
Power’s employees discuss their own career experiences at one of the nation’s fastest growing businesses.
Power Home Remodeling, which subscribes to a forward-thinking, millennial-minded approach to the modern workplace, is helping veterans achieve the American dream right here in Philly.
As Power Home Remodeling co-CEO Corey Schiller shared a stage with the Philadelphia Union’s ownership last Thursday, he pointed to the similarities between the organizations.
Both are young entities, still growing. Both put down roots in Chester. And both last week reiterated their desire to continue revitalizing Chester’s riverfront area.
“From now to the next five years and 10 years,” Schiller told the Daily Times, “I envision this entire place looking different, with shops and restaurants and things that can sort of accommodate everyday life, not just the games. And we’re committed to that.”
During a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday to announce a partnership with Power Home Remodeling and celebrate the facility’s official opening, Union brass described the newly named Power Training Complex as a game-changer.
OurVetSuccess today announced the names of the Power Coach team featured in the 2016 Power Triumph Games in which 10 military veteran athletes will compete to win a $50,000 cash prize and prove they are triumphant.
The Philadelphia Union Tuesday announced a new name to its Chester training complex, partnering with Power Home Remodeling to create the Power Training Complex.
Philadelphia Union are announcing a naming rights partnership with Power Home Remodeling, for the club’s training complex which is comprised of two regulation sized training fields and an indoor facility, adjacent to the club’s Talen Energy Stadium. The site will be known as the Power Training Complex.
OurVetSuccess today announced the launch of the 2016 Power Triumph Games, in which 10 military veteran athletes will compete to win a $50,000 cash prize and prove they are triumphant.
Selling Power Magazine “50 Best Companies to Sell For” ranked Power Home Remodeling as the 12th best company to sell for in 2016. For instance, Power ranked above brands like Google, Microsoft and FedEx, marking the fourth consecutive year Power being featured on this list.
No one wants to be stuck inside in front of a computer all summer long, so some companies are finding creative ways to get outside.
“Extremely supportive environment that challenges the employee to grow. The environment is always positive and I can take as much time off as needed. They hold different functions outside of work to reinvigorate the employees. Also continue to incentivize the staff to work harder for large promotions,” says one millennial worker.
Power Home Remodeling announced as the 2016 Triumph Games title sponsor as a result of Power’s commitment to veterans. The companies commitment to helping veterans is demonstrated through Power’s Veterans Initiative — a one of a kind program that provides job opportunities for military veterans transitioning home.
Fortune Magazine’s Top Workplaces for Millennials in 2016 again features Power in their Top 10 Companies. Power earned the No. 6 spot as a result of, its stimulating culture, supportive and positive environment and personal growth opportunities for its employees.
The most popular CEO in the country is Bob Bechek, worldwide managing director for management and consulting firm Bain & Company, Glassdoor found in its annual list of 50 executives with the highest anonymous employee approval ratings.
Power Home Remodeling’s Co-Chief Executive Officers and Partners, Corey Schiller and Asher Raphael, named to Glassdoor’s Highest Rated CEOs list for the second consecutive year. Power’s Co-CEOs ranked #25 and above all, received a 94 percent approval rating based on anonymous employee reviews.
Power Home Remodeling has partnered with The American Legion Post #10 in Montgomery County to build a fitness center, computer lab and homes for millennial veterans transitioning home. The company will also provide an optional 18-month workforce training program for vets.