HOUSTON, TX (June 25, 2015): David Weekley Homes is excited to be ranked number two on the “100 Best Workplaces for Millennials” list, released by FORTUNE magazine and Great Place to Work®. The inaugural list uses survey results from employees younger than 35 to disclose how they rate their workplace.
“We’re excited to once again rank so highly as a company for working millennials,” said Robert Hefner, Vice President of Human Resources. “Millennials are instrumental in propelling us to new heights with innovative ideas and fresh contributions. We’re proud to offer this generation competitive benefits and amazing perks to entice them to make up a significant part of our award-winning team.”
Companies on the “100 Best Workplaces for Millennials” list had the top Trust Index© employee survey scores from the nearly 90,000 millennial responses, according to workplace research site, Great Rated™ . Trust Index© scores reflect the average response of employees that measure the trust, pride and camaraderie within a company.
Great Rated and Great Place to Work previously released a list of the “10 Great Workplaces for Millennials” in 2014, with David Weekley Homes ranking second.
About David Weekley Homes
David Weekley Homes, founded in 1976, is headquartered in Houston and operates in 20 cities across the United States. David Weekley Homes was the first builder in the United States to be awarded the Triple Crown of American Home Building, an honor which includes “America’s Best Builder,” “National Housing Quality Award” and “National Builder of the Year.” Weekley has also appeared nine times on FORTUNE magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®” list. Since inception, David Weekley Homes has closed more than 75,000 homes. For more information about David Weekley Homes, please visit the company’s website at www.davidweekleyhomes.com.
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