Alexandria, VA – In a press release issued today, Goodwin House Incorporated (GHI) announced that it has been selected by the Washington Post as a 2019 Top Workplace. The top-notch senior living facility appears seventh on the annual list and received a Top Workplace designation.
“The Goodwin House mission is focused on those we serve and those who serve,” said Kathleen S Anderson, president and CEO. “It is a tremendous honor to be a 2019 Washington Post top workplace and a double honor that our diverse and engaging employees are so positive and passionate about our culture and mission to support, honor, and uplift older adults and those who serve them.”
Selection for the list is based completely on employee feedback collected through an anonymous third-party survey conducted by research firm Energage, LLC. The survey measured several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection.
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GHI is the 22nd largest employer in Alexandria, according to the Virginia Employment Commission, and is a leader in aging services across the region. The organization is committed to workforce diversity and employee development and programming. Employees represent 60 nationalities and range in age from 17 to 79. In the last year GHI has supported the citizenship fees of 28 employees and given nearly $200,000 in tuition assistance.
The Post held an awards ceremony on June 20 to recognize the top-ranked companies.