7 Jun 12
Ergodyne Named Best Company To Work For In 2012
ST. PAUL, Minn. (June 7, 2012) Ergodyne was recently named one of the 100 Best Companies to Work for in 2012 by Minnesota Business magazine. According to the publication, the goal of the first annual competition was to salute organizations in Minnesota that are setting the standard for leadership, benefits, best work environment, innovative training programs and employee happiness.
“When you wake up in the morning and are actually excited to go to work, you know you’ve found a special place,” said Nicole Johnson, Event Coordinator, Ergodyne. “The free coffee, catered lunches and fully-loaded gym are great perks. But for me, it’s really the people, the work and the constant challenge to be better.”
“We are stoked to be named a ‘Best Company to Work For’ in 2012,” said Tom Votel, CEO and president of Ergodyne. “Ergodyne’s mission is to Make the Workplace a Betterplace™, and we take that seriously on the home front too. We’ve got a great group of folks and a fun, hardworking vibe.”
Winners were determined based on results from independent research group, Gilmore Research. “Ergodytes” (as they call themselves) accepted the award at the Depot Renaissance Hotel in Minneapolis on June 4, 2012.
Since 1983, Ergodyne has pioneered the development of products that Make The Workplace A Betterplace™. What started with just one product has grown into a line of top flight, battle-tested, Tenacious Work Gear®; all precision crafted to manage the elements, improve productivity and provide protection for workers on jobsites the world over. The current lineup is extensive and constantly growing: ProFlex® Hand Protection, ProFlex® Knee Pads, ProFlex® Supports, Skullerz® Head Protection, Skullerz® Eye Protection, Trex™ Footwear Accessories, Chill-Its® Cooling Products, N-Ferno® Warming Products, GloWear® Hi-Vis Apparel, Squids® Lanyards, Arsenal® Equipment Storage Systems, and CORE Performance Work Wear® and SHAX® Portable Work Shelters.