MaidPro, a residential cleaning franchise, has been named one of Boston’s Healthiest employers by Boston Business Journal. MaidPro was one of six companies selected in the small category (2–99 employees), and one of 24 winners overall.
Honorees were selected based on ranking scores by the health-analytics firm Springbuk for the following categories: Leadership Commitment, Foundational Component, Strategic Planning, Marketing & Communications, Programming & Intervention, and Reporting & Analysis. This is the seventh year for the Healthiest Employers Program and marks MaidPro’s third time on the list.
“We are very passionate about providing fun, creative, and customizable tools to help our employees enhance their overall wellbeing,” says Kay Lynch, MaidPro’s Vice President of Human Resources. “Whether it be flexible hours, an in-office gym, personal trainers, or guided meditation sessions, we ensure that all of our home office team members have the work-life integration they need to be happy and healthy.”
MaidPro’s wellness program also includes personalized training classes, healthy food options, flexible hours, nutrition coaching, and more.
Carolyn M. Jones, Boston Business Journal’s market president and publisher stated, “We are honored to highlight the companies that focus their efforts on strengthening their employee engagement efforts, enhancing their recruiting and talent retention, and lowering the costs of health care for themselves and—by extension—all of us.”
Earlier this year, MaidPro was named the second best place to work in Boston by Boston Business Journal and was honored by Entrepreneur as one of the nation’s Top Company Cultures.