Steinhauser of Newport, Kentucky, a 114 year-old, fourth generation woman-owned print manufacturer, has been awarded the Best Workplace in the Americas (BWA) designation, Best Workplace, to recognize exemplary human resources practices that create an outstanding workplace.
This is the second year in a row that Steinhauser has been a recipient of this honor. For nearly 20 years, Printing Industries of America’s BWA program has acted as an acknowledgment of printing industry excellence in human resources practices.
Being designated a Best Workplace company demonstrates the commitment that Steinhauser has made to its employees by investing in their work environment, their personal goals and ambitions, and recognizing that an exceptional workplace also serves the needs of the company.
A panel of human relations professionals from the print industry judged entrants against benchmarking categories that promote the most sought-after qualities of today's workforce, including: communication and culture, employee resources and benefits, and work environment and safety.
‘It’s an honor to be recognized by this industry as a company that offers a superior workplace, especially as a woman-owned manufacturer. Winning this award highlights the importance of diversity and inclusion in employees and leadership as it pertains to company culture,’ said Tara Halpin, Steinhauser CEO and owner.
Michael Makin, president and CEO of Printing Industries of America, agrees.
‘Companies recognized in the Best Workplace in the Americas program exhibit the highest commitment to success in many ways, but particularly through their employees. Congratulations to Steinhauser.’
Labels & Labeling has chronicled Steinhauser’s journey to improve its culture in an earlier article, which can be read here.