Wheaton Academy Named Again as a Best Christian Workplace
January 7, 2010

For the fifth consecutive year Wheaton Academy has been named to the 2010 list of Best Christian Workplaces by the Best Christian Workplaces Institute (BCWI) and the Canadian Council of Christian Charities . The survey showed, among other things, that Wheaton Academy employees are encouraged to experiment and be innovative.

In order to be certified, organizations must complete the Best Christian Workplaces Institute Staff Engagement survey and meet predetermined standards of excellence.  The 2010 survey involved 6,700 employees in 62 organizations across North America to identify great workplaces with a Christian mission and/or values.

The Best Christian Workplaces survey consistently reveals that Christian employees find satisfaction in a job they believe has eternal significance in an environment of individuals who share their passion. Wheaton Academy was no exception; employees were asked about what they appreciated most about Wheaton Academy and one employee responded, “I love the people I work with and feel that they are family. We are a loving and supportive community focused on serving others.”

The Best Christian Workplaces Institute has surveyed more than 90,000 employees across North America in the past eight years.  BCWI is a research based organizational and human resources consulting firm based on Mercer Island, Washington.


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