AMS Named a 2022 Northeast Ohio Top Workplace
28 June, 2022 – AMS (formerly Alexander Mann Solutions), a global provider of talent outsourcing and advisory services, has been recognized as one of Northeast Ohio’s Top Workplaces in 2022, based on a survey of employees who rate their workplace culture. The company was one of 58 mid-sized organizations recognized for a high level of employee satisfaction in the study. AMS had top scores for its inclusive culture, ability to get things done efficiently and well, and an open-mindedness to differing points of view. Northeast Ohio Top Workplaces is a collaboration of The Plain Dealer, cleveland.com, and Energage, the technology company behind Top Workplaces recognition programs nationwide.
Nicola Hancock, Regional Managing Director Americas Region at AMS, commented: “As a provider of workforce solutions, AMS is committed to fostering positive connections among our employees, candidates, and clients, in order to build meaningful places of work. To be recognized by our talented employees for creating a positive culture that values their contributions to this goal is incredibly rewarding. We’re extremely grateful to all of our employees, who bring their best selves to AMS every day and embrace our values of being passionate, bold and authentic. They’re the reason we’ve been able to grow in the great city of Cleveland and around the country.”
Since opening its U.S. headquarters in Cleveland in 2012, AMS has been building its workforce in the area. The company recently announced it added 150 new jobs, which was supported by the Ohio Department of Development’s tax credit assistance program. Many of the new positions are in AMS’ recruiter skilling initiative, an innovative training program that prepares recruiters to work for blue-chip companies across the region. AMS also moved into its new headquarters, where the company provides a hybrid and flexible work model and offers continuous learning and development opportunities for employees.
The employee engagement survey began in December 2021 and included questions related to workplace culture such as leadership, values, direction, communication, meaningfulness, and benefits. Employers that score high enough are recognized as Top Workplaces and are ranked within similar-sized company groups to accurately compare results.