From the inception of Willory, one of the main goals of the firm is to provide excellent employee culture.
I was curious about if the first employee and our most recent hire would have a different perspective on what the win means.
I interviewed Willory’s first employee, Bob Haas, and our most recent hire, Brady Bonifas, to share their experiences and see how Willory has grown over the years. Interestingly enough they are both Sales Managers with sons named Beau/Bo.
It means a great deal to our leadership team to be once-again named to the NorthCoast 99, a list for top companies in Northeast Ohio. Over the last year, we’ve worked hard as a team to guide our organization as it grows, while working with each team member to achieve their goals. The award means something a bit different to each manager and we wanted to share our perspectives.
This blog is part of a series of five on how each team member has played an essential role in our five consecutive wins of the NorthCoast 99 award.
We never take our spot on the NorthCoast 99 for granted – even as we attend our fifth award ceremony this week. In honor of making the list in each year of our eligibility, the Willory team has created a series of five blogs highlighting the impact NorthCoast 99 has on our organization and its employees. These blogs will be unveiled each day this week at 5 pm.
For the third year in a row Willory has been awarded a spot on the NorthCoast 99, which recognizes workplaces in Northeast Ohio dedicated to developing top talent. This year Willory was awarded the “challenging and meaningful work” category winner. We are honored and humbled to receive this award again and it is with that humility that we present a series examining how Willory has created an award-winning culture.