Entry-level workers have usually risen to govt positions at this firm.
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When the COVID-19 pandemic first impacted Michigan, this identical firm donated greater than $10,000 price of hospital robes and masks to Memorial Healthcare in Owosso, whereas additionally paying greater than $50,000 to help its distributors that had been unable to offer companies in the course of the pandemic.
This distinctive firm, Covenant Eyes Inc., is making its debut as a top-five firm (No. 2) within the Detroit Free Press Top Workplaces competitors within the midsize firm class.
“Covenant Eyes is a friendly, encouraging, challenging and nurturing environment that truly cares about its employees and members,” mentioned Dan Armstrong, the corporate’s company communications specialist. “We celebrate everyone’s birthday by giving them the day off with full pay; if they choose to work that day, they receive double pay. And Covenant Eyes gives six weeks maternity and paternity leave for those having a child or adopting.”
Armstrong delights in sharing tales concerning the employee-friendly nature of his firm. He additionally takes delight in speaking about the way in which Covenant Eyes embraces company social accountability. But there is one other poignant story that Armstrong is enthusiastic about telling and this story has every thing to do with Covenant Eyes being the pioneer of “internet and screen accountability” software program.
“As of this year, we’ve been able to help more than 1.5 million people who want to stop looking at pornography,” mentioned Armstrong of Covenant Eyes, which was based in 2011.
“The pandemic added stress and strain to everyone’s lives. Those are triggers for addictive and compulsive activities and those who were already struggling with porn had a more difficult time, as they were forced to be home more and use more technology for work. … However, we stepped up our service to better serve those who want to stop looking at porn.”
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And Armstrong says Covenant Eyes, which has reported 20 consecutive years of double-digit progress, will proceed to step up for workers as nicely aided by motion that was taken to shut out 2020.
“On the last day of 2020, Covenant Eyes became a 100% employee-owned company; it’s called an Employee Stock Ownership Plan,” Armstrong proudly defined. “Now, all of the contributions of employees that make the company more valuable directly benefit the employees themselves.”
Covenant Eyes Inc.
Industry: SaaS (Software as a Service) & Education Services
Top management: Ron DeHass, founder and president
Employees: 210 (Michigan); 217 (Global)