J-U-B Reno Wins 3rd Place in NNHRA Best Places to Work Awards

Annually, the Northern Nevada Human Resources Association (NNHRA) puts on a banquet to celebrate the finalists of the regional Best Places to Work awards. The awards are separated by company size and awarded based on scores from anonymous employee surveys. The Reno office enjoyed a delicious dinner at the Atlantis resort before awards were announced. J-U-B Reno placed 3rd in the Micro category! Of all the categories, the micro had the most companies apply and had the biggest competition. As much as we are thrilled to receive this award, we are even more grateful knowing how happy and fulfilled our employees feel working for J-U-B.

Anonymous Employee Comments:

J-U-B’s Reno employees were invited to fill out a survey and provide optional responses to several open-ended questions. Here is a random sampling of their responses:

“I have been a part of this organization for almost two years and everyone that I work with and have worked with inspires me to be the best in their position. The company always thinks of the employees first and they go out of their way to help in any way they can. Working with this company has renewed my desire to be the best at what I do. I have worked in this profession for over 30 years and have never been happier and with my renewed spirit I hope to help this company in any way that I can.“

“I feel supported by my managers and leaders, they not only care about my work life, but they care about my home life as well. The benefits package, including time off and the ability to work remotely, are all above my expectations. I feel recognized and supported in the work I do daily. Our company culture is amazing, it feels more like a family. I feel excited to come to work and proud of where I work. The open communication and transparency with the company leaders is something you don’t see in many workplaces and I appreciate that.”

“I’ve been around for a long time and worked for multiple firms and haven’t felt this positive about an organization as I do about this one. I’ve had the opportunity to work at our corporate office and it seems the culture there is the same. The leadership and staff are always so positive which is a good indication of a successful culture.”

“Each employee values a different aspect of their job–salary, benefits, leadership opportunity, promotion potential, autonomy. This company gives each employee what they are looking for because the leadership group takes the time to find out what is important to the individual employees.