I-CAR Receives Top Workplace Recognition

I-CAR Receives Top Workplace Recognition

I-CAR earned a 2023 Top Workplaces USA award, which recognizes exceptional, people-centric workplace cultures.

I-CAR, the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair, announced it has earned a 2023 Top Workplaces USA award which recognizes and celebrates organizations across the country that have built exceptional, people-centric workplace cultures.

Recognized in the small employer category (150-499 employees), I-CAR has 282 full-time associates, including instructors, primarily concentrated at its Training Support Center in Hoffman Estates, the Chicago Technical Center in Vernon Hills, IL, and the Technical Center in Appleton, WI, and also remote based geographically across the U.S.

The award is issued annually by Energage, with a 15-year history of surveying more than 20 million employees and recognizing the top organizations across 60 markets for regional Top Workplaces awards.

“We are grateful to receive this prestigious award and to be part of such an elite group of organizations,” said John Van Alstyne, I-CAR CEO & president. “I-CAR takes pride in its strong and passionately engaged team focused on increasingly serving the industry with excellence every day. This recognition confirms efforts we have put in place to build a collaborative team and culture, and the positive impact on how we advance our important mission to ultimately ensure the safety of over 30 million drivers on the road. Receiving this award is very special because it comes directly from authentic feedback shared by our team members about their experience working for I-CAR.”

In addition to receiving the Top Workplaces USA recognition, I-CAR says it also received two Culture Excellence awards for providing exceptional Work-Life Balance and having highly Supportive Managers.

For more information, visit www.i-car.com.

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