Nihon Kohden has been named a great workplace for the fourth year in a row by the Great Place to Work Institute. The recertification comes as the company continues to experience growth in patient monitoring while maintaining its position in neurology.
“We believe that being named a Great Place to Work is one of the highest honors we could receive,” says Yasuhiro Yoshitake, president and CEO of Nihon Kohden America, in a release. “Because this is based on feedback from employee surveys that are conducted independently by the Great Place to Work Institute, this is an accurate representation of how employees feel about the company and the company’s dedication to its employees. As always, Nihon Kohden is committed to continually improving its culture and ensuring our employees feel valued and rewarded.”
Nihon Kohden’s recertification was based on anonymous feedback from current employees on the employee experience, atmosphere, rewards, pride, communication, and leadership. The company’s highest marks were for the sense of pride employees feel in their work, the amount of responsibility and autonomy afforded them to accomplish their jobs, and inclusion.
“In our fourth year of evaluating Nihon Kohden, we have continued to see the organization excel in key areas, including the amount of respect and fairness offered employees, as well as the pride people feel working there and the credibility leadership has in the organization,” says Sarah Lewis-Kulin, vice president of Best Workplace List Research at Great Place to Work. “These attributes foster positive and productive work environments that allow the company to attract talented individuals and maintain its industry-leading position.”