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HCSS featured in TINYpulse Awards

April 15, 2015
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03_HCA_Construction_FacilitiesHCSS was recently named the 2015 TINYpulse Happiest Company for the Construction & Facilities Services industry. We are proud to be recognized for our employee engagement and our culture, and we think happy employees translate to happy customers too.  

TINYpulse, a division of TINYhr, is an easy-to-use employee survey tool that captures anonymous feedback to reveal insights, trends, and opportunities to improve retention, culture, and results.

TINYpulse selected HCSS as it's Happiest Company based on our employees' responses to surveys regarding satisfaction with their work and their managers, ability to make suggestions or changes, and more. TINYpulse also allows employees to send "Cheers" to each other to boost company morale and promote encouragement.


HCSS Vice President of Support Chris Henry, the Executive Sponsor for TINYpulse, and Admir Hadziabulic, HCSS TechnicalServices Supervisor and TINYpulse Administrator, spoke to TINYpulse about why HCSS promotes a culture of happy employees.

"Employee engagement is important to us because we are an ESOP company that promotes an ownership mentality for all employees," Hadziabulic said. "We take immense pride in providing a great work environment, and we believe that employees are most productive if they are happy where they work."

Henry added that there are few boundaries between executives and employees at HCSS.


"We're a flat organization with an open-door policy, where each employee has easy access to all executives," Henry said. "To this day, the CEO still reads every employee review (and now also TINYpulse surveys) and truly cares about how we are doing."

Read the entire TINYpulse interview on their blog.

To learn more about TINYhr and TINYpulse, visit their website.

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