Alluvionic Honored as 2021 Best Place to Work

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Alluvionic Honored as 2021 Best Place to Work
Happy hours, wellness room, axe throwing! Discover the family atmosphere found at Alluvionic. 

When you think of work, what comes to mind? For employees at Alluvionic, they think #family. And, it just so happens, that family is Alluvionic’s first core value. President and CEO, Wendy Romeu, founded the company in 2013 with the unwavering commitment to change the lives of Alluvionic’s employees and clients for the better. This commitment led to Alluvionic being named one of Orlando Business Journals Best Places to Work in 2021. << link https://www.bizjournals.com/orlando/news/2021/08/26/how-employers-fostered-meaningful-work-environment.html >>  

So, what is it like to work at Alluvionic? Alluvionic often organizes happy hours (even axe throwing!), regular team meetings, and surprise recognition gifts throughout th

e year to keep team members connected. Employees also enjoy mentorship opportunities, career progression plans, tuition support, and professional certifications to help them along their career journey. Every month, team members nominate their coworkers for Values in Action, a recognition program to share kind words to make someone’s day after they’ve been noticed living the company’s values. This is just the start to employees’ voices being heard. Monthly happiness surveys are conducted to understand how Alluvionic is measuring up to its culture and employee expectations. Every opportunity for improvement is considered by leadership and every employee recognized is notified with specific words of appreciation. 

Family would not exist without its individual members and for Alluvionic, its strength lies in the quality of its people. Employees are passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of clients because they believe in Alluvionic’s mission to help others succeed. One employee put it this way, “I’m always impressed at the exceptionally large number of high-quality people around me.” The company is a pillar of the community and believes in paying it forward by supporting a variety of organizations including Family Promise of Brevard, WeVENTURE, Junior Achievement of the Space Coast, the Melbourne Regional Chamber, and AMI Kids, to name a few. Alluvionic also places a strong focus on diversity and inclusion. 50% of the team are females and 50% of team members who are managers or above are females. Over 25% of Alluvionic’s workforce are veterans and the company is committed to ongoing veteran talent recruitment through engagement with the Department of Defense SkillBridge Program and Hiring Our Heros Professional Network.  

Discover more about what it’s like to work at Alluvionic, including more on its renowned wellness room from Orlando Business Journal’s interview with Director of Service Lines, Lizi Huy. << link : https://www.bizjournals.com/orlando/news/2021/08/30/2021-best-places-to-wrk-alluvionic.html?b=1628790037%5E21946784 >> 

Hear what employees have to say about working at Alluvionic: 

 

“I never worked for an organization where I have felt so welcome, trusted, and needed. Everything the company does, is focused around the employees and the greater good of them and the company. There is not one single person who has not been specially picked for their role and made sure that they are a good culture fit with Alluvionic.” 

“I have been able to see this organization grow from 6 people to close to 30 over the last 5 years. Our leadership is dedicated to the success of our organization, but ultimately the success of the people within it. Alluvionic always puts family first, whether that is our employees, customers, or acquaintances. Alluvionic is THE best place to work.” 

“When I’m asked what I do, or how my job is going, I find that I continue talking for a long time. From what we are working on to the shared fun I have with my co workers. I talk about how flexible the job is and how understanding management is to life’s realities, kids feeling ill, etc. The conversation usually ends with the other person asking “are you hiring?”  

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