Turtle & Hughes Named a Best Place to Work in New Jersey

Turtle & Hughes Named a Best Place to Work in New Jersey

LINDEN, N.J. — Turtle & Hughes has been recognized by NJBIZ, New Jersey’s leading business journal, as one of the 2020 Best Places to Work in New Jersey. The annual listing identifies, recognizes, and honors the top places of employment in the state.

“We are immensely proud of our home state of New Jersey and its recent response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The state and local leadership, first responders and all of our front-line workers who are keeping us safe during these unprecedented times,” said Jayne Millard, Chairman and Co-CEO. “This recognition is an honor we share with our employees who make this company great. They are talented people who make a positive impact on our customers and the world around us – and we are committed to their happiness.”

Kathleen Shanahan, Turtle & Hughes Co-CEO added, “We are passionate about building a diverse and engaged workforce where everyone has the opportunity to grow, learn, and excel. We thank our employees for their feedback that helps us get better every day.”
Being recognized as a Best Place to Work reflects the company’s rich culture, which is built on seven Core Values that employees refine regularly. They promote: people come first, passion for the customer, honorable and ethical behavior, collaboration for growth, always give your best, entrepreneurialism, and technical expertise.

Turtle & Hughes was recognized in the “large” company category with more than 250 employees working in New Jersey. Placement on the list is based on a review of employer benefits and policies, and employee input. A random sample of New Jersey staff completed a far-reaching survey that addressed their views on: Leadership and Planning; Corporate Culture and Communications; Role Satisfaction; Relationship with Supervisor; Work Environment; Training, Development and Resources; Pay and Benefits; and Overall Engagement.

The program administrator, Best Companies Group, confidentially collected employee data, allowing workers to comfortably share feedback. Companies received a detailed report to learn from and act on.

Watch Jayne Millard’s video announcement:

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