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SCOA subsidiary TBC Corporation (TBC), one of North America’s largest marketers of replacement tires through a multi-channel strategy, was recently recognized as one of 50 Most Engaged Workplaces® in North America by Achievers, an industry-leading employee engagement platform provider. This annual award recognizes top employers that display leadership and innovation in engaging their workplaces.
“At TBC Corporation, we strive to be the trusted and recognized leader in the replacement tire and automotive service industry,” said Erik R. Olsen, President & CEO, TBC Corporation. “The strength of our 10,500+ associates nationwide supporting customers in retail, franchise, distribution and ecommerce alongside of our commitment to our mission, our strong performance-focused culture and our belief in our core values has proven the right formula to creating a team that is not only engaged, but is also united.”
A panel of 10 esteemed judges comprised of employee engagement academics, industry analysts, thought leaders, journalists and influencers evaluated the applicants. Winners were selected based on Achievers’ Eight Elements of Employee Engagement™: Leadership; Communication; Culture; Rewards and Recognition; Professional and Personal Growth; Accountability and Performance; Vision and Values; and Corporate Social Responsibility.
TBC team members were honored alongside other recipients of the Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces® Award at an awards gala on September 9, 2019 at the Chicago Public Library.
This recognition came on the heels of the completion of the Associate survey, The Voice of TBC, where nearly 80% of Associates shared honest and candid feedback.
“It is the feedback from our Associates and their commitment to our underlying vision, mission and values that afford us the opportunity to be an engaged workplace,” recognized Olsen. “We remain committed to keeping all team members engaged and to working as a united front to achieve our goals.”
Above: Terri Hoskins (SVP and CHRO, TBC) and Pete Cuozzo (VP, Change Leadership and Executive Coach, TBC) accept award on behalf of TBC Corporation
Above: TBC Associates participated in a Leadership & Development program entitled Business Value Added