Special Tree is thrilled to be named one of the Top Workplaces in Michigan by the Detroit Free Press and was among 105 Michigan-based companies and organizations that were honored at a celebration breakfast held at Laurel Park Manor on November 11, 2010. “You’re an example of what’s right in Michigan’s workplaces,” said speaker Paul Anger, Detroit Free Press Editor and Publisher. CEO Joe Richert attended the breakfast with 16 other staff from all areas of the company.
The competition recognizes the most progressive companies in Michigan based on employee opinions about company leadership, career opportunities, workplace, flexibility, compensation and benefits. The survey included responses from over 42,000 employees at 1,000 Michigan public, private, and non-profit organizations.
"We owe this honor to our talented employees, both for making our company great and also for recognizing Special Tree," said Joe. Special Tree made the list thanks to employees' feedback on the survey. At Special Tree, it’s a top priority to create a work environment that inspires passion and enthusiasm so that we can continue our mission to help our clients shine through every phase of their recovery. Special Tree takes considerable heart that our employees believe in our mission and leadership enough to make us a Top Workplace in Michigan.
“Our employees’ great work makes Special Tree a great workplace,” he said. “I’m honored to work with a group of people who share a passion and commitment to make a difference in the lives of our clients.”
Check out Special Tree's ad and company profile in a special Top Workplaces section of the Detroit Free Press in their Sunday, November 14th issue this weekend.