MRW Connected Honored on ‘Best for Workers’ List
EASTHAMPTON — MRW Connected and 79 other companies worldwide were recognized for creating the highest-quality jobs by the nonprofit B Lab with the release of the third annual “B Corp Best for Workers” list. This analysis includes metrics regarding compensation and benefits, health and wellness programs, parent-friendly flex time and leave policies, professional development and internal promotion, corporate culture, profit sharing, and ownership opportunities.
“With Millennials’ increasing demand for work-life integration, B Corps are winning the talent war,” said Jay Coen Gilbert, co-founder of B Lab. “The Best for Workers honorees are leading the way with their commitment to creating high-quality jobs that serve a higher purpose.”
The list honors businesses that earned a worker-impact score in the top 10% of all certified B corporations on the B Impact Assessment, a rigorous and comprehensive assessment of a company’s impact on its workers, community, and the environment.
MRW Connected provides full-service communications services to educators, nonprofits, social entrepreneurs, and just about anyone else working to make the world a better place. The company’s team of creative and technology professionals work closely with clients to develop custom solutions that meet the unique organizational needs of those they serve. Services include branding, logo and graphic design, website design and development, and advertising and media management.
“It’s an honor and a true thrill to be recognized alongside such an impressive list of businesses,” said Tom Willits, president and co-founder of MRW Connected. “B Corp does a tremendous job highlighting the ways that companies can directly contribute to the well-being of their employees, community, and environment. We’ve always been very focused as a company on our impact in these areas, so it’s especially meaningful to be acknowledged for our efforts.”
MRW’s clients include Hartford Public Schools, the Connecticut River Watershed Council, Holyoke Health, Science from Scientists, Hartford’s Camp Courant, and Berkshares.