Immaculata named one of the best places to work
Thursday April 11, 2013 | By:The Sun Staff |
Faculty and staff at Immaculata Academy recently were overjoyed to find out that Immaculata was named one of the best places to work by Buffalo Business First. In order to be considered for the award, Immaculata first had to be nominated and then full time employees had to complete a survey about their workplace. Some of the topics on the survey included teamwork, trust in senior leaders, feeling valued, and job satisfaction.
Immaculata alumnae and recent addition to the staff, Kimberlee Andelora Marciniak, nominated the school.
“I really treasured my time at Immaculata as a student and was extremely excited to be able to come back and work here. There’s a certain feeling that you get when you walk through the doors of the school and it’s a feeling of positivity, support, and family. I just know that Immaculata is a great place to be and I knew that others felt the same way.”
Members of the staff found out in February that Immaculata was a finalist in the competition and received second place in the small business category at an awards luncheon in March.
“Immaculata really is a wonderful place to work and one of the main reasons is the students. We are all here for a common interest and the young ladies of Immaculata bring us joy every day,” said principal Jill Monaco.
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