Newman-Dailey Resort Properties was recently named one of Florida’s Best Companies To Work For.
Specializing in property management, vacation rentals, long term rentals, real estate sales, and association management, Newman-Dailey landed at No. 13 in the list of the best mid-size companies to work for in Florida.
“We are excited to make the list again this year,” said Newman-Dailey CEO and Founder Jeanne Dailey. “It is especially rewarding to know that even with our growth from small-size company to mid-size company that we’ve been able to maintain our culture and values and remain one of the best companies to work for in the state of Florida.”
The annual Best Companies list is featured in the August issue of Florida Trend magazine. One-hundred companies are ranked in small, medium and large employer categories. To participate, companies or government entities had to employ at least 15 workers in Florida and have been in operation at least one year. Companies that chose to participate underwent an evaluation of their workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics. The process also included a survey to measure employee satisfaction. The combined scores determined the top companies and the final ranking.
“What’s clear from our list is that amenities like free lunch or a game room at the workplace are not the things that make a great workplace,” said Florida Trend Executive Editor Mark Howard. “Those amenities are just part of the way companies reflect their cultures — it’s the culture of the company and the company’s ability to hire people who understand and embody the culture that create a great workplace. “
For a list of the 100 Best Companies To Work For In Florida, go to www.FloridaTrend.com/BestCompanies.
“The best companies obviously provide strong pay and benefits to their employees, but they also offer fun diversions such as ice cream socials, holiday parties and field days," said Florida Trend Publisher Andy Corty, "And these top companies encourage employees to participate in the organization's overall success with training and open communications."