Milwaukee, WI, June 22, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The Good Jobs™, an employment branding solution, announced it has certified Badger Truck Center as a “Good Jobs Company” in recognition of all seven key attributes: Fun, Extreme Perks, Corporate Responsibility, Flextime, Inclusion, Green DNA and Career Development. Badger Truck Center is a second generation, family-owned dealership that has been in business for more than 50 years! Badger Truck started its business with the Ford franchise and has expanded to include Isuzu and Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram. Additionally, Badger Truck has also expanded its line to provide complementary services to its customers, including service, parts, Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center, Badger Rebuild and Truck Equipment. Badger Truck’s philosophy of teamwork, integrity, and open communication with customers ensures high quality vehicles at the best value. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Badger Truck services customers throughout the nation.
“As a company that has been around for more than 50 years,” commented Paul Schlagenhauf, President of Badger Truck Center, “we know how important our employees are to the success and longevity of our company. Working with The Good Jobs and exploring our culture helps us to stay focused on what’s important: working together as a team to help customers find the solutions they need, while maintaining a work/life balance and growing our company together.”
Badger Truck Center proudly displays their Culture Badges on its Company Culture Page, Career Pages, and throughout all their locations to engage talent and share their cultural attributes that make them a unique organization to work for.
“The Good Jobs provides companies with a simple way to quantify and communicate their culture to talent,” said Anne Nimke, Co-Founder and CEO. Highlighting employee programs, perks and amenities gives employers a competitive advantage in attracting top talent. Employers, like Badger Truck Center, also use their Company Culture Profile and Culture Badges as a part of a retention strategy for current employees, by communicating all the things that are available in the workplace,” Nimke explained.
“Culture is often not revealed to job seekers until the day their new job begins. We believe this is too late in the process,” Nimke says. The Good Jobs helps employers become more transparent with their unique company culture story to create both more awareness and differentiation in today’s competitive talent market.
A team from Badger Truck participated in a four-hour workshop with The Good Jobs to identify how it invests in its employees and communities and to apply for various Culture Badges. Badger Truck will use The Good Jobs tools to communicate their unique culture on their career site, job postings, social media, email signatures and other recruitment and employee communication channels.
About Badger Truck Center
Badger Truck Center, established in 1965, is a second-generation, family-owned commercial truck dealership with locations throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Badger started its business with the Ford franchise, and has expanded to include Isuzu and Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram. Additionally, Badger Truck has expanded its line of businesses to provide complementary services to its customers; Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center, Badger Rebuild and Badger Truck Equipment. Badger’s philosophy of teamwork, integrity, and open communication with customers ensures high quality equipment at the best value. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Badgers services customers throughout Wisconsin and Illinois. To learn more, visit badgertruck.com, or call 414-344-9500.
About The Good Jobs
Founded in 2013, The Good Jobs is a turnkey employment branding solution for attracting and retaining top talent based on company culture. The Good Jobs helps companies quantify their company culture and turn it into a competitive recruiting advantage. Learn more at www.thegoodjobs.com, or contact Anne Nimke at email@example.com or 262.510.3213.