Ziebart Named a Top Michigan Workplace

Ziebart Named a Top Michigan Workplace

This is the second consecutive year Ziebart is being honored for providing a positive workplace culture.

Ziebart International Corp. announced it has been named a 2022 Michigan Top Workplace by the Detroit Free Press. The Top Workplaces 2022 list is based solely on corporate employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey.

This is the second consecutive year Ziebart, with over 400 locations and 1,300 service centers in 36 countries, is being honored for providing a positive workplace culture for its home office employees.

The anonymous survey measures 15 culture drivers that are critical to the success of any organization, including alignment, execution, and connection, just to name a few.

“People are at the center of everything we do at Ziebart; we take great pride in our core values of honesty, passion, innovation, teamwork, and legacy,” said Thomas Wolfe, president and chief executive officer of Ziebart International Corp. “Providing opportunities for growth, having an open door policy, and maintaining a family-friendly, team environment is the key to a successful work culture.”

The company prioritizes ensuring that employees are happy, healthy, and feel they have a strong work and life balance. “We help care for our employees so they can focus on our mission to support our customers’ pride in vehicle ownership,” added Wolfe.

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