Best Companies to Work for 2020

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CFI ranks in Florida Trend’s Best Companies to Work for in Florida list for the second year in a row!

The Best Companies to Work for in Florida is a survey and awards program dedicated to identifying and recognizing the area’s best employers and providing organizations with valuable employee feedback. This is Florida Trends 12th year producing this list. To qualify for this list, companies must complete a two-part assessment process. In part one, the employer completes the Employer Questionnaire. In part two, employees of the company complete a satisfaction survey. With over 100 employees, Christensen Financial, Inc. (CFI) falls into the mid-size company category (50-249 employees). The employee survey is an in-depth set of statements (78) that employees will be asked to respond to on a 1-5 Likert scale of “Strongly Disagree” to “Strongly Agree”. There is also a section of the survey that contains two open-ended questions, and seven demographic questions. The winning companies are ranked based on the feedback of their employees. This year, CFI ranked #21 out of 31 in the mid-size division. “With COVID-19 taking the world by storm, my team and I understand how fortunate we are to have been able to remain open and thriving. During these uncertain times, we’ve seen many companies being forced to slow down or “close shop” altogether. Despite all the unique challenges, we have persevered, adapted and continued to offer amazing service, great rates and fast turn times for our clients and partners. We greatly appreciate our employees’ hard work and adaptability to our new working arrangements. We couldn’t do what we do for the families in our community without them,” stated CFI Vice President Kevin Adams. Click here if you’re interested in joining Christensen Financial’s expert team of Mortgage Originators. For more information on Florida Trends’ Best Companies to Work for in Florida list, please click here.
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