ROLLING MEADOWS, IL – “Like a big family” is a recurring theme in employee assessments of LeasePlan's culture. This, and many other benefits of working at LeasePlan, led the company to its recent recognition on the Crain’s Chicago Business “Best Places to Work” list.
Besides hiring practices, benefits and pay, companies are evaluated and scored based on opinions from employees through a survey that measures employee engagement. The companies with the highest combined scores were named a Best Place to Work. LeasePlan was among the hundreds of companies that vied for a position on this prestigious list, honoring only the best organizations in the Chicagoland business community.
LeasePlan USA was acknowledged for its health and wellness initiatives, efforts in recognizing employees and management’s open-door policy communication style.
“It’s true that we have a laser focus on our employees’ health, well-being and productivity, but they earned every bit of this award. They are the most dedicated and hard-working employees in the business. Our employees are our best asset and make me and the rest of the executive management team strive to be a better company every day,” said Jon J. Toups, senior vice president, corporate fleet division, chief sales and marketing officer.
LeasePlan is the world’s leading provider of fleet and vehicle management solutions with 1.3 million vehicles managed worldwide. Operating out of 30 countries around the globe, the company has a passion for exceptional customer service. LeasePlan prides itself on delivering high-touch, premium service and innovative products that offer total cost reduction for corporate and government fleets. With nearly 50 years of fleet experience, LeasePlan’s experts find ways to get the most out of clients’ vehicles, budget and time. Find out why LeasePlan clients agree that, “it’s easier to leaseplan.” Visit www.us.leaseplan.com for more information.
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