Register for the 2013 Best Places to Work Survey

 

 

What some of Hawaii's top companies say about the Best Places to Work Program:

 

Welcome to the Best Places to Work program, presented by University Heath Alliance (UHA) with support from the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, as well as all of the individual island chambers of commerce and economic development boards. Hawaii's best employee feedback and workplace satisfaction survey is going on 9 years for 2013, and the competition is as hot as ever. Companies participating in the BPTW program get trackable feedback on employee satisfaction, company programs and initiatives and has been an invaluable tool to aid in recruitment and retention.

 

 

 

Once again, participation via online survey and summary survey results are free to qualifying companies.

  1. More information on the 2013 BPTW program
     
  2. Online Registration Form
     
  3. Watch the video from the Best Places to Work Breakfast Symposium

    Many of Hawaii’s banks, insurance companies, hospitals, construction companies, hotels and non-profits have already signed up to participate in Hawaii Business magazine’s Best Places to Work 2012…how about your company?
     
    It is completely FREE to be considered for Hawaii Business’s list of Best Places to Work, although the real value is in receiving the detailed employee feedback report from Best Companies Group that benchmarks against Hawaii companies as a whole. HR professionals – and CEOs – use the results of the survey to identify opportunities to create staff alignment and improve employee engagement.
     
    The feedback from past companies is that it really helps morale and how employees feel about the company, and customers often mention that the company is a “best place to work.”  Also, HB is attending most job fairs on Oahu to educate job seekers about the BPTW designation, which turns out to be a great recruiting tool.  Every year we get a large number of requests from UH to provide copies of the BPTW issue for their graduating students.
     
    From the magazine’s perspective, the BPTW issue provides an opportunity to write about the importance and trends in human capital development and impact to the bottom line.
     
    Participation is open to all companies and non-profits with 15 or more full-time or part-time regular employees.

 

Best Places to Work 2012 Event Recap:

 

Video Production by Vanessa Kaneshiro