Billhighway is thrilled to announce its first place ranking in the small business category on the Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces list for 2014! The list honors 100 local companies whose employees expressed workplace satisfaction in regards to pay, benefits, advancement opportunities, and flexibility. Billhighway will be recognized along with other well-known organizations like Quicken Loans, Plante Moran, Plex, and Hungry Howie’s Pizza at an awards breakfast in November.
A great benefits package, a commitment to community service, strong core values and a powered by fun attitude are some of the hallmarks that make us a top workplace in metro Detroit. Our new hires enjoy four weeks paid vacation, charitable time off, flexible work from home options, and profit sharing including a high performer bonus. Team members can receive a $2,500 bonus for referrals, which along with promotions, accounts for 30% of open position fulfillment.
Team members rave about how we celebrate individual achievements through our monthly “All Star” awards, hand written notes and gifts from the CEO on yearly anniversaries, and larger rewards like gift cards and all-expense paid trips for five and ten-year veterans. All team members receive business cards that are customizable, are acknowledged with a press release upon hiring, and can take advantage of the company’s “family-friendly” atmosphere featuring a kid’s playroom with flat screen TV, game system, DVD player, books, games, and art supplies.
“Candidates we interview frequently mention they want to align themselves with a company who is passionate about doing more good, and not just making a profit,” said Brenda Gallick, Team Member Success Leader at Billhighway. “Being named a Top Workplace is a testament to our community involvement initiative and the culture we work so hard to nurture.”
Our representatives will join other Top Workplace winners at the awards breakfast on November 12th at the Shriners Silver Garden Event Center in Southfield, Michigan. Mark Fields, newly appointed CEO of Ford Motor Company, will be the keynote speaker at the ceremony, now in its seventh year.