PTS Named a “Great Place to Work”

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It’s one thing to be satisfied with your job, but it’s another for the company to be certified a “Great Place To Work.” Just like landing the dental practice of your dreams, the leaders at Professional Transition Strategies (PTS) realize the importance of finding and retaining experts in the mergers and acquisitions field. That’s why it was important to highlight the workplace culture at PTS that centers on its employees’ well-beings. Here’s all you need to know about this all-important certification. 

How companies get certified

Being certified a “Great Place To Work” (GPTW) is more than just paying your employees fairly and hosting a few virtual happy hours (although those certainly help). The global authority on workplace culture surveys your employees, uncovers actionable insights and recognizes companies for their great company culture using research-based technology with a proven model and methodology based on decades of research. The resulting data is then used to benchmark best practices from leading companies around the world to build the most robust national recognition program.

What certification requires

GPTW dials in on key aspects of your company during the certification process. This includes diversity and inclusion, recruitment and employee engagement — all important considerations during a time when top talent can choose to work from anywhere in the world. Earning this certification proves you’ve created an amazing employee experience and elevates your status as an employer of choice so you can recruit more high-quality applicants and lower the time to fill any open positions.

What the certification means for PTS

PTS takes its employee experience seriously. In fact, based on the GPTW survey, 100% of employees said it is indeed a great place to work compared to 57% of employees at a typical U.S.-based company. In its survey, the staff pointed to a management team who keeps employees informed about important issues and changes, makes expectations clear, and is approachable, easy to talk to, and competent at running the business. What’s more, PTS prides itself on being a social-impact organization and donates regularly to nonprofit partners, most notably the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry’s charitable organization Give Back A Smile. And yes, there are virtual happy hours.

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What’s next?

Contact the experts at Professional Transition Strategies to work with the best of the best.