November 17, 2017

Unity Hospice Honored as One of Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplaces 2017

CHICAGO – Unity Hospice has been named by the Chicago Tribune as one of Chicagoland’s “Top Workplace” for 2017, the third time they have received this honor. Additionally, Unity Hospice was among the top five small businesses to score highest in “meaningfulness”, meaing a broader sense of purpose in their work.

According to the Chicago Tribune, a job’s meaningfulness is consistently ranked by employees as one of the most important factors driving job satisfaction; even more so than pay and benefits, which can be described in the following article: Employees want their job to matter, but meaning at work can be hard to find.

Photo credit: Chicago Tribune, on how companies are cultivating meaningfulness in the workplace

The Chicago Tribune’s “Top Workplace” award recognizes local employers who provide good working environments and inspire their employees to do great things. Companies were selected based on employee surveys conducted by Energage, an independent research company formerly known as WorkplaceDynamics, that measured such key qualities including, but not limited to, company leadership, career opportunities and working environment.

The “Top Workplace” awards program explores how organizations champion good practice and create positive work environments. The Chicago Tribune encourages public, private, nonprofit and government organizations to invite their employees to provide input about their company culture through this program.

Unity Hospice of Chicagoland Nursing Team

“The Chicago Tribune has been part of the economic vibrancy of Chicago for 170 years,” said Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Bruce Dold. “We are proud to recognize those companies that stand out for their commitment to their employees and the community.”

Top Workplaces is presented by The Better Business Bureau and is sponsored by Wintrust Financial Corporation, the Chicago Cubs, Perillo Auto Group, Proven Business Systems, Rivers Casino, Uber, U.S. Cellular, Now Foods, AArete, The Prinz Law Firm, Gentleman Jack, Floyd’s 99 Barbershop, Binny’s Beverage Depot and Half Acre Beer. The event is produced by Tribune Events Group, the Chicago Tribune Media Group’s in-house events marketing team.

About Unity Hospice
Founded in 1992, Unity Hospice is a family owned and operated hospice and palliative care company committed to providing comprehensive care, support and education to people facing a life-limiting illness, those who care for them and the community. Unity Hospice offers care of the highest quality by licensed and competent staff in accordance with laws & regulations and accepted standards of practice. With the dedication to make their patients’ days comfortable, Unity Hospice provides an interdisciplinary approach to each individual and family, in which they go above and beyond everyday to meet their needs. More information can also be found on their Facebook and LinkedIn pages.

About Chicago Tribune Media Group
Chicago Tribune Media Group is a diversified media, marketing and advertising solutions company dedicated to serving communities across Chicagoland for over 175 years. CTMG’s portfolio includes Pulitzer Prize-winning Chicago Tribune, six daily suburban publications, including the Daily Southtown, Post-Tribune, The Beacon-News, Naperville Sun, The Courier-News, Lake County News-Sun, and over 30 weekly community publications. Additional CTMG brands include Spanish-language publication, Hoy; food and entertainment tabloid RedEye; and Chicago Magazine. CTMG is also made up of various products and services including Tribune Events Group, Tribune Content Agency, and Motiv8.