ATC named one of the top workplaces in southeastern Wisconsin Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces list names 150 best area employers
American Transmission Co. has been selected as one of the 2014 Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Top Workplaces in southeastern Wisconsin.
The Top Workplaces are determined based on feedback from an employee survey, conducted by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, an organizational health and employee engagement research firm. This is the fifth year the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has worked with Workplace Dynamics, LLP to develop and publish the list of top area workplaces, and this is the second time ATC has been nominated and named to the list.
Approximately 90 percent of ATC's Milwaukee-area employees responded to the survey, which asked questions about ATC's values, execution, leadership, culture, job satisfaction and overall feelings about working at the company. As ATC strives to become the premier national energy delivery company, surveys such as this help highlight how practices in place at ATC are experienced by employees.
'Every day, we strive to be a company where employees enjoy their work. The best way to gauge how we are doing is to ask our employees for feedback,' said ATC President and CEO John Procario. 'It is very gratifying to be recognized as a top workplace, especially since the judges are our employees.'
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel published the complete list. Click here for the entire list and here for ATC's company profile.
American Transmission Co. is a Wisconsin-based company that owns and operates the electric transmission system in portions of the Upper Midwest. Formed in 2001 as the nation's first multi-state transmission-only utility, ATC has invested $3.2 billion to improve the adequacy and reliability of its infrastructure. ATC now is a $3.6 billion company with 9,480 miles of transmission lines and 529 substations. The company is a member of the MISO regional transmission organization, and provides nondiscriminatory service to all customers, supporting effective competition in energy markets without favoring any market participant.