TRUMBULL, Conn.—IDOC has been certified by Great Place to Work for the third year consecutive year. This prestigious award is based entirely on what current employees say about their experience working at IDOC. This year, 82 percent of employees said IDOC is a great place to work, compared to the average U.S. company, where 57 percent of employees are fully satisfied with their workplace environment. IDOC’s people-first culture drives employees’ sense of workplace fulfillment, with 98 percent saying they are made to feel welcome upon joining the company and 90 percent feel a sense of pride in what they accomplish at work.

Cultivating a strong workplace is a never-ending journey, and IDOC has made several strides in 2022 to continue to nurture and grow its people, according to the company.

This past year IDOC’s Human Resources department rebranded itself to People Strategy and Operations—to better reflect the team’s goals and objectives and deliver on its promise of People First, Always. “What we do on a daily basis spans beyond ‘Human Resources’ to include talent strategies—from talent management, career pathing, succession planning and more. Our team’s top priority is developing our people to achieve their highest potential and succeed here at IDOC,” said Jill Johnson, vice president of people strategy and operations at IDOC.

IDOC also provides extensive resources to its IDOC members through its IDOC HR Services. These include expanded capabilities through IDOC HR Now—a dedicated HR-expert staffed hotline managing critical and timely staff management concerns, a full compliance library and employee handbook builder, and new courses for IDOC members and staff to use to improve skill sets, all included in membership. HR Services also offers IDOC Benefits & Beyond, which serves as a marketplace for employee benefits programs to include health care benefits and a 401k option for member practices.

IDOC continues to pursue a culture of excellence through ongoing efforts that foster team connection and collaboration in a remote environment, according to the company. These include a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, team-building activities, regular staff lunches, educational learning tables, new hire meet-ups, and question-and-answer sessions that offer employees the opportunity to ask questions in an open and responsive environment.

“As we continue to grow and expand our organization, it’s important that we maintain high standards for our people,” said Dave Brown, IDOC’s president and CEO. “This certification and achievement validates that we are delivering for our people and in turn, delivering on our mission of empowering independent owners to live the practice of their dreams.”

To learn more about IDOC’s Great Place to Work Certification, visit the company profile here.