Hilton CSD named Top Large Employer; Superintendent receives leadership award

By on April 17, 2017
Hilton Board of Education Vice President Tom Abbott (left) and President Nancy Pickering congratulate Superintendent Dr. Casey Kosiorek on his Leadership Award for Large Employers. Provided photo

Hilton Board of Education Vice President Tom Abbott (left) and President Nancy Pickering congratulate Superintendent Dr. Casey Kosiorek on his Leadership Award for Large Employers. Provided photo

For the fourth consecutive year, the Hilton Central School District has been named a Top Workplace in the Rochester area. This year, Hilton also received the top honor for large employers and Superintendent Dr. Casey Kosiorek received the Leadership Award for Large Employers.

“I would like to thank our entire team for making Hilton a Top Workplace,” said Dr. Kosiorek. “No matter what role you play in the district, you make a difference for our students on a daily basis.  Your efforts, targeted focus, meaningful work, appreciation and caring for your coworkers makes our district a very special place.”

Workplace Dynamics, a Philadelphia-based company, in conjunction with D&C Digital, surveyed 68 organizations that agreed to participate in the survey process. The employee survey seeks responses from 24 statements covering seven areas:

•Alignment – where the organization is headed, its values, cooperation

•Effectiveness – doing things well, sharing different viewpoints, encouraging new ideas

•Connection – employees feel appreciated, their work is meaningful

•My Manager – cares about employees, helps them learn and grow

•Employee Engagement – loyalty, motivation, referral

•Leader – confidence in organizational leadership

•The Basics – pay, benefits, flexibility

Fifty Rochester-area employers scored high enough to earn Top Workplace honors with three – a small, midsize and large employer (Hilton) – selected to receive top honors. Special awards, such as Dr. Kosiorek’s Leadership Award, were based on standout scores for specific survey statements. Employees rated criteria on a seven-point scale from strongly disagree to strongly agree.

“On behalf of the Board of Education, we are proud to serve as a Rochester Top Workplace alongside every member of the HCSD community,” said Board of Education President Nancy Pickering. “Having Dr. Kosiorek awarded the Leadership Award recognizes the expanse of our district’s commitment to providing all of our students with an excellent education.”

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