Congratulations to Majestic Steel USA for being honored with its 14th NorthCoast 99 Award, which ranks Majestic among the top 99 workplaces for top talent in Northeast Ohio.
NorthCoast 99 winners participated in a rigorous application process that asked for detailed information on how their organization addresses top-performer attraction, development and retention in the following areas: organizational strategy, policies, and benefits; talent attraction, acquisition, and onboarding; associate well-being; associate engagement and talent development; total rewards; and diversity and inclusion.
“It’s always an honor to be recognized as a NorthCoast 99 great workplace for top talent. This year, it means even more. 2020 has brought on new challenges to all businesses having to adjust to the COVID-19 work environment. Our entire organization stepped up to the challenge. Our top priority was keeping everyone healthy and safe while continuing to operate our business. Our associates took it a step further and turned the crisis into an opportunity. While we don’t do it for the recognition, it’s always nice to be recognized among other great workplaces for top talent in our community,” said Todd Leebow, Majestic President and CEO.
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