MOUNT PROSPECT, IL – For the seventh consecutive year, Mount Prospect Public Library has been awarded a 2019 Top Workplaces honor by the Chicago Tribune. The Chicago Tribune has presented the lists for the past 10 years in the Chicago region. Companies with at least 100 employees are eligible to participate.
"We are delighted to earn this recognition," said Executive Director Su Reynders. "Every day our employees demonstrate a welcoming environment for each other and our Mount Prospect community. Being friendly and approachable is a natural extension of who we are as a Library, and I see it from how our staff works with each other and our patrons."
The Top Workplace list is based on employee feedback gathered through anonymous surveys administered by the research firm Energage, which specializes in employee engagement. The surveys measure several aspects of workplace culture, including leadership, communication, and working environment.
About Mount Prospect Public Library
The Library has served the community of Mount Prospect for more than 75 years. With its Main Library and South Branch, it is well-known for its signature services and programs; a vital Teen Space; and a rich source of print, audio, and e-Media. The Library's vision is to connect people to information, resources, and opportunities for enrichment as well as promote education and lifelong learning. For more information, please visit www.mppl.org and social media channels.