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Fri, August 17, 2018

Community Health Centers named Top 100 company for Working Families for third year in a row

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For the third consecutive year, Community Health Centers, Inc., a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) with locations throughout Central Florida, was selected as an Orlando Sentinel Top 100 Company for Working Families. The Orlando Sentinel’s “Top 100 Companies” program is a celebration of elite employers who have proven that they know what it takes to create an environment where people love to come to work.  The goal of “The Top 100 Companies” is to raise the bar among our region’s employers, creating excellence and employee engagement in the workplace that will attract talented people for years to come.

For the more than 20 years, the Orlando Sentinel has recognized organizations that are committed to making their company a great place to work. Community Health Centers ranked 15th in the 100-499 employees category.  The award is based on 75% employee (confidential) satisfaction feedback and 25% is based on employer benefits. Qualities measured include; communication, workplace flexibility, leadership/management, career opportunities, community service, compensation and benefits.

“Each year, Community Health Centers looks for ways to improve the workplace environment for team members and employee benefits to create a successful and prosperous place where people love to come to work.  Meeting the needs of our employees and engaging them is critical to ensuring that we provide the best care possible to the patients we serve.  We feel that our great benefits package including zero or low medical co-payments and prescriptions, vision, subsidized dental coverage, short and long-term disability, bi-weekly retirement contributions and a generous PTO & holiday program contributed towards us being selected, again.,” states Margaret Brennan, President/CEO of Community Health Centers.

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