Culture Influences Growth, Employee Satisfaction

Great culture increases growth and employee satisfaction. At The Newsletter Pro, our purpose is “Building relationships that matter. Personal. Professional. Powerful.” It’s more than a sign on our wall and more than a catchphrase we throw around in meetings — it’s our culture and the way we live.

We understand that success means building those relationships with our clients, but just as importantly, with our team. Which is why we couldn’t be more humbled and honored to have been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Idaho.

This distinction wasn’t dropped on us by some outsider with no idea of what it’s like to actually work within our walls. Rather, the honor was decided by a poll given by POPULUS to each member of our team. Their algorithm then carefully considered each of our team members’ answers, based on a five-dimensional happiness scale, and ranked them among the results of other businesses in the state.

Here’s How Our Culture Did It:

Our 40 team members weighed our performance as an employer — from offering a fully stocked cereal bar, to their perceived potential for advancement. They were asked to put a value on the laughs in our morning huddles and the friendships they solidify at our community-outreach events.

POPULUS measured all of these things against our rapidly growing benefits package, and decided that we deserved such an honor — in spite of the veggie trays we hid inside the donut boxes on April Fools’ Day.

We’ve come a long way in the last four years, but one thing is for certain — we wouldn’t be the best without the best team.

The Newsletter Pro's culture hard at work.

Let’s raise our bowls of almond milk and Cinnamon Chex in a toast — to making the list for years to come.

If you’re ready to become a Pro or ready to finally fulfill your direct mail dreams, we’d love to speak with you! And if you’re not currently a Pro or working with one, tell us what makes your company’s culture amazing.

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