Mayfield Collision Centers Voted One of Best Places to Work in Northeast Ohio - BodyShop Business

Mayfield Collision Centers Voted One of Best Places to Work in Northeast Ohio

NorthCoast 99 award recognizes the 99 best workplaces for top talent in the 22-county Northeast Ohio region.

Mayfield Collision Centers announced that it has been recognized as one of Northeast Ohio’s best places to work by ERC, Northeast Ohio’s largest professional organization dedicated to HR practices, programs and services.

NorthCoast 99 recognizes the 99 best workplaces for top talent in the 22-county Northeast Ohio region. Mayfield Collision Centers has two locations in South Euclid and Bedford Heights, and has served more than 40,000 Clevelanders during the past 25 years.

“All of us at Mayfield Collision Centers are very proud to be honored with the NorthCoast 99 award,” said Tom Griffin, president of Mayfield Collision Centers. “We are committed to providing a workplace that values and respects our employees, while empowering them to wow every customer. Happy and healthy employees who ‘do the right thing’ help us create extraordinary customer care experiences –  a philosophy that has helped our company grow and remain relevant in the eyes of our customers for over 25 years.”

NorthCoast 99 showcases businesses that have implemented “best-in-class” programs in the areas of compensation and benefits; recruitment and selection; training and development; community service; communication; and workplace health and safety.

Mayfield Collision Centers is the first body shop organization in the 16-year history of the NorthCoast 99 program to receive the award. The company will be acknowledged at an awards dinner on Sept. 10 and featured in the September issue of Inside Business magazine.

“I want to thank all of our employees for making Mayfield Collision Centers one of the top 99 places to work in Northeast Ohio,” Griffin said. “This is truly a team achievement.”


More information:

Click HERE to read the full article on Mayfield Collision Centers in Inside Business magazine.

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