ACS Named ‘Top Workplace 2019’ by Wisconsin State Journal
March 1, 2019Categorized in:
ACS, an equipment, controls and facility solutions provider, headquartered in Middleton, Wisconsin, has been named a ‘Top Workplace’ of 2019 by the Wisconsin State Journal. The honor is awarded to companies based on anonymous employee feedback regarding workplace culture and is calculated using a third party provider, Energage.
“It’s an honor to be named a Top Workplace for 2019 because this is a direct reflection of our focus on having a positive, collaborative company culture. We have a highly skilled, highly experienced workforce at ACS, nearly half of whom have been with the company for more than 10 years and it’s rewarding to know they are happy to be a part of this team,” said Scott Hoselton, President ACS.
Workplace culture survey questions focused on alignment as an organization, effective execution and connection with other employees and managers. Survey results confirm that employees are aligned with corporate goals, they feel a part of something meaningful and that the organization operates efficiently and effectively to execute projects. Employees confirmed that the company welcomes new ideas and different points of view, which in turn allows employees to work to their full potential.
In addition, ACS offers comprehensive health care benefits, a 401(k) employer match program, a bonus incentive program, paid time off and summer hours. ACS also has a recognition program where co-workers can nominate each other for outstanding work and partnership.
“Because of the nature of our business, we need an educated and experienced team that can tackle highly technical projects from start to finish so it’s important that our employees feel valued and compensated for their hard work,” said Hoselton.
ACS employs nearly 100 people, most of whom have extensive education in the fields of chemical, electrical, mechanical and civil engineering, construction management or industrial technology.