Donlen Named Six-time Winner of Chicago's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For Award

 
 
Updated 7/17/2020 8:30 AM

Donlen, a fleet management leader that develops innovative fleet technology solutions and offers a proactive, hands-on approach to customer service, is proud to announce it has been named one of Chicago's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®. 2020 marks the sixth consecutive year Donlen is honored with this recognition.

"We are incredibly excited, honored, and humbled to once again be named a Chicago's Best and Brightest Company to Work For," said Tom Callahan, Donlen president. "From leasing and mobility management to our ability to deliver impactful fleet solutions to our customers, our success is fundamentally linked to Donlen's highly-skilled, diverse, and creative talent, and this award further demonstrates how integral our employees are to our process. This award also validates our continuous commitment to our employees, and our belief that engaged, happy employees lead to better overall business results."

 

Each year, companies throughout the Chicagoland area compete to be named one of Chicago's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For. Companies that distinguish themselves as having the most innovative and thoughtful human resources approach receive the honor. Additionally, in 2020, companies are honored for their demonstration of leadership and forward-thinking as they navigate their business and workforce through COVID-19 and take important actions regarding race relations.

"Donlen is focused on the safety and well-being of our employees during these changing times," said Sharon Peete, Donlen senior director -- HR business partner. "We take pride in our ability to hear our employees' concerns about the world around us and act in everyone's best interests. Our dedication to employees is key to having a positive, healthy environment in the workplace, and we are committed to continuing our efforts to do so."

Winners of Chicago's Best and Brightest Companies to Work For award are scheduled to be honored virtually on Friday, July 24, 2020.

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