Next Level Performance is honored by NJBIZ as one of the 2017 Best Places to work in New Jersey for its strong philosophy of employee engagement, personal development, and workplace values.
Next Level Performance is named one of the Best Places to Work in New Jersey for the third year in a row. The program is made up of 100 companies split into two groups: 65 small/medium-sized companies (15-249 employees) and 35 large-sized companies (more than 250 employees), and recognizes and honors the state’s top employers who show a dedication to their employees’ professional growth and quality of life.
Senior Director of Engagement at Next Level Performance, Susan Adams says, “An engaged workforce creates inspired results. At Next Level Performance, we know that our people are the key to every success. We are proud of our company culture that allows every employee to learn, grow, and achieve.”
The company is committed to an engaged workforce, shaped by the Next Level CARES values, which stand for Collaboration, Accountability, Respect, Ethical Behavior, and Service. Next Level Performance lives these values in the office, with charitable donations, and through community service initiatives, including its annual HOPE Week.
Companies from across the state entered the two-part process to determine the 100 Best Places to Work in New Jersey. 75% of the total evaluation was based on an employee survey to measure the employee experience. The balance consisted of evaluating each nominated company's workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics.
The award program, created in 2005, is produced by NJBIZ. For more information on the Best Places to Work in New Jersey program, please visit www.njbiz.com/BestPlacesNJ.
As Vice President of Travel & Engagement at Next Level Performance, Susan serves on the board of the Incentive Research Foundation (IRF), and chairs the IRF Research Committee. She has also served on the board of the Incentive Marketing Association (IMA) and is a past president of the Recognition Council, and a past member of the Performance Improvement Council and the Incentive and Engagement Solution Providers (IESP). She is interested in the strategies and benefits of employee engagement, incentive, and recognition programs. An avid traveler, she is also passionate about the art and science of incentive travel.