The Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce and the When Work Works national partnership recently selected Hill, Chesson & Woody as an Honorable Mention recipient of the 2010 Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility in the greater Durham area.This award is part of the When Work Works project, an ongoing initiative of the Families and Work Institute, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Institute for a Competitive Workforce, and the Twiga Foundation to recognize businesses that are dedicated to workplace flexibility and effectiveness practices. This prestigious award recognizes employers that are successfully using flexibility as part of an effective workplace strategy to achieve business goals, as well as benefit employees by helping them meet their responsibilities on and off the job. As an Honorable Mention recipient of the 2010 Sloan Awards, HCW ranks in the top 20% of employers nationally in terms of its programs, policies and culture for creating an effective and flexible workplace.“It is indeed an honor to be recognized for the workplace flexibility initiatives we have created and administered over the years as part of our operational strategy,” said HCW partner, Skip Woody. “This recognition fully supports our vision for being a destination employer in the local area, as well as a trusted partner for our employees.”HCW and the other award winners will be honored by the Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce at an awards ceremony on September 9, 2010, and by the Triangle Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (TSHRM) at their monthly meeting on September 23, 2010.Hill, Chesson & Woody is a strategy-driven employee benefits consulting firm that helps employers to develop, implement and manage a custom benefits strategy that best meets their organizational objectives for recruiting, rewarding and retaining employees. To learn more about HCW Employee Benefit Services, please contact our office at 919-403-1986.
HCW Earns Sloan Award Honorable Mention for Promoting Workplace FlexibilityAndrew