Good Foods Named One of the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For In the Nation
- by Jordan Okumura
PLEASANT PRAIRIE, WI - The sign of a great company is the quality of its employees and the support of its leadership. Our industry has some of the most engaging members and passionate personnel, elements of which Good Foods has been recognized for this month. The flavor-forward company has been named one of the Best and Brightest Companies to Work for In the Nation and in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
“We are honored to be named one of the nation’s ‘Best and Brightest’ companies to work for,” said Kurt Penn, Founder and CEO of Good Foods. “One of our values at Good Foods is integrity. We take the time to do things right and are committed to cultivating 'goodness' within our products, employees, consumers, and communities. It’s rewarding to see our efforts paying off.”
Recognizing companies and organizations that push operational standards forward, foster constructive environments, and display a commitment to their team members and community, this award honors the standards held by those best and brightest across the nation. According to a press release, Good Foods was selected based on the 2019 company survey results and nomination form detailing the culture of the company.
The Best and Brightest Programs awarded 540 organizations out of 5,000 nominations—a level of elite any company would be proud to own.
“With the war on talent hitting the door steps of the 'Best and Brightest,' this achievement means even more than it did a year ago,” said Jennifer Kluge, President and CEO of the Best and Brightest Programs. “As we continue to raise the bar, these companies rise to the challenge through cultural innovation, maximizing their workforce potential.”
Creating a positive company culture and fostering personal development for each team member is the pride of any great company and Good Foods is doing its part, day in and day out. Good Foods scored above average on employee education and development on the company survey completed for the Best and Brightest Programs.
The company adheres to many initiatives it has in place to support its employees; some of which include providing leadership training, encouraging team members to attend conferences or training specific to positions, and paying the registration fee for any team members who expressed an interest in taking an English language course.
Congrats to Good Foods, on the amazing award and the recognition of your excellence!