SNAAC Named Top Workplace for 5th Time

Recognized as a Top Greater Cincinnati Employer by Enquirer Media

A record-participation of 99% of all employees completed the survey in January 2019.

Over 1,100 employers were invited to participate, and 125 area companies were named Top Workplaces. SNAAC is ranked twelfth out of 45 mid-sized companies.

Mason, OH (June 5, 2019) – SNAAC (Security National Automotive Acceptance Company) has again been awarded a Top Workplace 2019 honor by Enquirer Media. This is the fifth time SNAAC, based in Mason, OH, has been named a Greater Cincinnati Top Workplace.

Honorees were selected based on ratings and feedback from an anonymous employee survey conducted by third-party research firm Energage. The survey measures employee perceptions of culture, alignment, leadership, and communications to name a few.

SNAAC experienced record employee participation with 99% of employees completing the survey.

“We are excited to be named a Top Workplace for the fifth time,” said Grant Skeens, president and CEO of SNAAC. “Our dedicated employees, their commitment to serving our customers, and their engagement in our organization’s growth are the keys to our continued success.”

SNAAC also was named a Top Workplace in 2013, 2015, 2016, and 2018. This year, SNAAC is ranked twelfth out of 45 in the mid-sized company category.

In November, more than 1,100 companies in the region were invited by the Cincinnati Enquirer and to participate in the survey. Approximately 125 companies received recognition as a 2019 Top Workplace.

“One of our business strategies is identifying opportunities from all levels within the organization to make us more efficient, effective and engaging for our employees, partners and customers,” said Skeens. “We continually celebrate our employees’ ideas for improvement and integrate these into our business processes. This continuous improvement mentality helps propel SNAAC forward.”

The Top Workplace award is open to any employer in the region with at least 50 employees, and at least 30 percent employee participation in the confidential survey. In November, more than 1,100 companies in the region were invited by the Cincinnati Enquirer and to participate in the survey. In total, 125 were recognized.

“Top Workplaces is more than just recognition,” said Doug Claffey, CEO of Energage. “Our research shows organizations that earn the award attract better talent, experience lower turnover, and are better equipped to deliver bottom-line results. Their leaders prioritize and carefully craft a healthy workplace culture that supports employee engagement.”

Just see what some of our employees have to say about working at SNAAC from the following comments that were voluntarily written by anonymous employees during this year's survey.

"This company has so much opportunity for growth and development. It is like a family and management genuinely cares about you. This is a rarity."

Purchasing Employee

"I'm allowed to do my job and be judged on results. I'm not micro-managed but managers are always willing to help and provide guidance, training and development."

Collections Employee

"The company and leadership set the vision, communicate the why, but then allow each of us to figure out the how."
Executive Employee

"The interest that management takes in your overall success is greater than I anticipated. There is a culture of mentoring, coaching and encouragement that far exceeds my expectations."

Sales / Field Employee

"The pay is fair and they add extra events to make you feel appreciated. I love how there is always something going on. It makes me want to come to work and do well. I also love how flexible they are with your home / work life balance."

Customer Service Employee

"I love my job because it is challenging, and when done right, it is rewarding. I like the growth and the opportunity for promotions."

Credit & Risk Employee

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