Brad’s Deals Honored with Two Industry Acknowledgements for Workplace Wellness, Benefits and Corporate Culture
January 28, 2021
ST. THOMAS – U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS (January 28, 2021) – Brad’s Deals a team of real people committed to saving shoppers time and money by connecting them with validated online deals and discounts, today announced that it has received two industry acknowledgments that recognize corporate wellness programs, benefits and work culture.
Fall 2020 Nation’s Best and Brightest Companies in Wellness
The Best and Brightest in Wellness Program honors companies that promote employee well-being, worksite health, and wellness. This award focuses on the value of wellness not only within the business but in the community. These traits distinguish the Best and Brightest and empower winning companies to excel. Brad’s Deals was selected following a confidential survey by an independent research firm of all U.S. employees that evaluated key measures in various categories, including culture and environment, employee input, leadership, benefits and programs, and more.
2021 Built In’s 50 Best Small Companies to Work for in Chicago
Built In Chicago’s list rates companies with less than 100 employees based on their employer benefits and employee submitted compensation data. Rank is determined by combining a company’s score in each of these categories. Brad’s Deals has been recognized for a third straight year for strong company culture, mental health benefits, paid sabbatical, and flexible work-at-home schedules.
Each of the awards also acknowledged Brad’s Deals for two other important programs the company currently extends to its employees: 1) COVID-19 pandemic support including virtual cooking and yoga, online celebratory happy hours, surprise at-home food deliveries, home office stipends, and flexible work hours; and 2) Mosaic, a diversity and inclusion program that celebrates differences, challenges the company to reduce harm, stands up to injustice, and prioritizes the most vulnerable among us to lead with the change our communities need.
“Brad’s Deals is honored by both the Nation’s Best and Brightest and Built In Chicago acknowledgments. We are proud to have established impactful wellness and corporate culture programs for our employees that give them the tools they need to realize physical, mental, and emotional support. For us, these award-winning programs bolster a mandatory mission to ensure our team remains heard, healthy and unified during these challenging times,” said Amy Bourne, President, and COO, Brad’s Deals.
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About Brad’s Deals
Brad’s Deals is a team of real people committed to saving shoppers time and money by connecting them with validated online deals and discounts. Since 2001 the company’s mission has been to create the consumer advantage and provide users with an honest and transparent shopping experience, helping them to make the best choices. This commitment to value has saved consumers more than $200 million annually. Learn more at www.bradsdeals.com.
About the Nation’s Best and Brightest in Wellness
The Best and Brightest in Wellness®, a program of the National Association for Business Resources, celebrates those companies that are making their businesses flourish, the lives of their employees better and the community a healthier place to live. The Best and Brightest program provides year-long education, benchmarking, assessment tools, and interaction amongst the best employers.
About Built In
Built In, a revolution in tech recruitment, serves more than 1,800 innovative companies of all sizes, from startups to the enterprise, delivering content and digital recruitment solutions that work. The platform amplifies companies’ brands as national, local, or remote employers of choice, as well as leaders in DEI. Monthly, 2.5 million tech professionals rely on Built In to stay up on trends, grow in their roles, and discover companies with missions they want to join. The platform publishes stories about companies’ tech, culture, and people. This activates sought-after professionals to apply to customers’ open roles. http://www.builtin.com.