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HOPES Honored As One Of Nevada’s Best Places to Work

Northern Nevada HOPES won first place in Best Places to Work 2015 from Northern Nevada Human Resources Association.

HOPES received first place in the non-profit category for Best Places to Work. The contest was based on a survey conducted by Quantum Workplaces. More than 80% of the staff had to respond to the survey for a business to qualify. Winners for the awards were picked based solely on responses from that survey.

HOPES cares about its employees just as much as its patients. An expansive health insurance and benefits package is part of what makes HOPES such a fantastic place to work. HOPES employees also get a discount to the Saint Mary’s Center for Health & Fitness, one of the best gyms in town. And The Employee Incentives Committee is always thinking of fun ways for the staff to get to know one another.

One of the biggest factors that makes HOPES such a great place to work is the company’s commitment to listening to its employees. Our leadership is responsive to the concerns of our employees, and always strives to make HOPES a happier and healthier place to work.

Thanks to Northern Nevada Human Resources Association for the award.

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