. (NYSE: NSP), a leading provider of
business performance solutions
for America’s best businesses, today announced that it was recently named in the top three percent of America’s Top Workplaces, according to results of a nationwide survey by WorkplaceDynamics. Insperity ranked 29th among 872 large organizations with more than 1,000 employees.
“Our mission to help businesses succeed so communities prosper is accomplished in part through a supportive atmosphere for our employees, who are the lifeblood of our organization,” said
Paul J. Sarvadi
, Insperity chairman and chief executive officer. “I’m thankful knowing that, whether at our corporate headquarters in Houston or in our sales offices and service centers across the country, we practice what we preach to the more than 100,000 businesses we support: Provide great service by serving your employees well.”
Insperity recognizes its employees’ outstanding accomplishments at work and in the community with monthly, quarterly and annual achievement awards. The company also has an annual incentive program based on achievable goals and offers its employees a generous contribution to their 401(k) retirement plan. In addition, Insperity provides an ample amount of paid time off per year, including 12 hours per quarter for volunteer service, as well as tuition reimbursement, adoption assistance and an employee assistance program.
The National Top Workplaces 2013 ranking was based solely on feedback generated through an objective employee survey conducted by WorkplaceDynamics LLP, a leading on-demand employee survey provider, in conjunction with 30 regional newspapers. The survey comprised nearly two dozen questions that focused on a company’s organizational health, including its ability to set a clear direction for its employees’ future.
In recognizing Insperity late last year as the fifth best place to work among large Houston-area companies, the Houston Chronicle cited the survey comments of one employee: “If more people across the country had the opportunity to work at a place like Insperity, there would be a much happier and productive workforce in America.”