August 02, 2010 Energy Air Share this post Energy Air, Inc. was named the Best Place to Work in the large company (151-300 employees) category by the Orlando Business Journal on July 30, 2010! Energy Air, Inc. employees Jerry Rollen, Kati Trisler, Marti Zika and Olga Montero attended the Orlando Business Journal’s awards breakfast on Friday. The event was held for all 26 finalists in the Best Places to Work contest. A total of five companies were announced as the overall winners in their respective categories, which included small, medium, large, giant and mega. Satisfaction surveys were completed that contained 38 questions covering topics ranging from trust in senior leaders to relationships with coworkers, to feeling valued as a worker. The awards were based on total scores from surveys submitted by employees. A total of 104 firms were nominated and 68 participated in the survey, bringing in 5,552 responses. All surveys were answered anonymously online and there was an opportunity for employees to submit comments, both good and bad. The survey was conducted by Quantum Workplace. Winning this prestigious title is a true testament that the management team and staff at Energy Air are doing things right. Energy Air’s score of 91.5 garnered the company with the award. Unique benefits to employees such as the ability to participate in Energy Air’s in-house F.A.C.T. (Florida Air Conditioning Training) Program and the Safety Pays Jackpot where safe employees have an opportunity to win a portion of up to $35,000 in cash each year were among the many benefits the company offers that contributed to its winning score. Other benefits offered to employees of Energy Air include medical, dental, vision, accidental death and life insurance, the opportunity to participate in the company’s 401k plan with a corporate match, an annual family picnic, casual Fridays, tuition reimbursement and charity involvement including the company’s annual Cruise for a Cause event benefitting the Florida Hospital Diabetes Institute. Employee responses about feelings toward the company returned numerous comments of the family atmosphere and culture at Energy Air. A similar sentiment among survey respondents was that the company truly cares about its employees and their development and growth within the organization and as individuals. Companies were divided into five categories based on the number of employees. Top-scoring companies in the other categories were Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in the mega category with more than 1,001 employees, Fairwinds Credit Union in the giant category with 301-1,000 employees, KEL Attorneys in the medium category with 51-150 employees and Vantage Communications in the small, 10-50 employee category. Energy Air’s mission is to be the leader of the HVAC industry through professionalism, knowledge, superior performance, outstanding service to its customers and a commitment to employee development to better serve the community. The company provides air conditioning and heating installation, service, repair, replacement and planned maintenance for residential and commercial buildings.