Thresholds Honored as a Chicago Tribune Top Workplace for Fifth Consecutive Year

Thresholds Honored as a Chicago Tribune Top Workplace for Fifth Consecutive Year

Ninth Annual Event Recognizes Chicago’s Leading Companies

Chicago, IL – Thresholds has been named one of Chicago’s most dynamic and supportive local workplaces, recognized by the Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplaces 2018 award. This is Thresholds’ fifth consecutive year receiving this honor.

This award is a testament to Thresholds’ culture of caring and support, both for our clients and for each other. Every day, our staff put forth their best efforts in pursuit of a mission to help the thousands of individuals living with serious mental illnesses and substance use conditions.

“This incredible honor would not be possible without the tireless and dedicated staff at Thresholds,” says Thresholds CEO Mark Ishaug. “Their work is often challenging, but their commitment to our clients is unwavering. They are so deserving of this recognition!”

Companies are selected based on feedback from employee surveys that measure key qualities such as communication, company leadership, career opportunities, working environment, managerial skills, salary and benefits.

“The Chicago Tribune has been part of the economic vibrancy of Chicago for 171 years,” said Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Bruce Dold. “We are proud to recognize those companies that stand out for their commitment to their employees and the community.”

Thresholds joined fellow honorees and more than 700 Chicago executives at the Top Workplaces 2018 event at Soldier Field on November 1.

If you would like to join the Thresholds team, visit our Careers page and apply today!

About Thresholds: Thresholds is one of the largest providers of recovery services for mental health and substance use disorders in Illinois, providing healthcare, housing, and hope for thousands of persons with mental illnesses each year. Through care, employment, advocacy, and housing, Thresholds assists and inspires people with mental illnesses and substance use disorders to reclaim their lives.

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