Consolidated Supply Co. has been awarded a 2015 Top Workplaces honor by the Oregonian Media Group for the second year in a row. The Top Workplaces lists are based solely on the results for employee feedback from locations in Oregon and Southwest Washington. Consolidated Supply Co. was also awarded the previous year with the 2014 Top Workplaces honor by the Oregonian Media Group.
Consolidated Supply Co. teams feel like extended family members and they have many team-building, morale boosting, and memorable experiences with multiple company celebrations. One employee from the Nampa, ID branch posted on the company Facebook page, “Great place to work. -A-team!” Company celebrations are planned by the Employee Satisfaction team, which the company’s owner and Chairman of the Board, Karolyn Neupert Gordon is an active participant. One of the many, company-wide events that is a big hit is Employee Appreciation Day in November where branches have a special meal, treats, gifts, raffles, and they receive personalized recognition. Branch locations also hold their own unique celebrations, but each year they each must hold a special event. In 2015, many branches held multi-branch events like the teams from Seattle, Pacific and Everett, WA attended a Mariners game on August 25, 2015.
The company takes pride in doing ordinary things extraordinarily well. Customer service is the heart of the business. That customer service philosophy is applied to both internal and external customers. Consolidated Supply Co. strives to make customers and employees have lasting and positive experiences. Winning this award for the second year in a row means a lot to the company. Consolidated Supply Co.’s Chairman of the Board, Karolyn Neupert Gordon says about the award, “To win this award a second year in a row is doubly exciting to Team Consolidated Supply and to me personally. Recruiting and retaining outstanding people is a top priority here at Consolidated. To get the Consolidated Family feedback in Spades and Hearts is a huge compliment to who we are. This honor exemplifies what we love to say always and often. We are a family of 400, in three states with one heart. Again we feel we’ve won a Gold Medal.”