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December 2016

Al. Neyer Named “Best Place to Work” by Cincinnati Business Courier

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Thursday December 8, 2016

Al. Neyer Named “Best Place to Work” by Cincinnati Business Courier

Al. Neyer’s employees had a reason to make some noise after they were recently named a Best Place to Work by the Cincinnati Business Courier. The team put on its red and black and brought¬†cowbells, boom sticks, and other assorted noisemakers for the annual corporate¬†pep rally and award show at the Cintas Center at Xavier University.

Participating companies were judged by employee surveys that gauged work place assets such as career growth opportunities, office perks, employee engagement, and commitment to community. Al. Neyer won its award in the segment for companies with 50 to 99 employees.

No doubt, one of the biggest perks available at Al. Neyer is its employee ownership status via an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). The company transitioned to an ESOP in 2014 when brothers Bill and Jim Neyer and cousin Dave Neyer transferred 100 percent of stock to the employees. Every full-time employee is given a number of shares of company stock, thereby helping employees create more wealth and prepare for retirement while supporting staff retention.


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