NCS Named 2022 Employee Engagement Top Performer by DecisionWise

(Chicago, IL) The Network for College Success (NCS), a project of the University of Chicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy, and Practice, is proud to announce that it has been recognized as a 2022 Employee Engagement Top Performer Award Winner by DecisionWise.
Each year, DecisionWise, a global leader in employee engagement and feedback for over 20 years, conducts employee engagement surveys and selects organizations in the top 10% of their respective company sizes for the award.
NCS is honored to have received this award, which recognizes our dedication to fostering an equitable and engaging work environment. NCS believes our team members are critical to our success. We are dedicated to providing employees with the tools, resources, and support they need to excel in their roles as coaches, data strategists, and administrative professionals. NCS also received the recognition in the previous year.
"We are thrilled to receive this award and be recognized for our commitment to employee engagement," shared Krystal Payne and Sarah Duncan, Co-Executive Directors at NCS. "Our employees play the most important part in the work we do to build our partner educators' capacity to create equitable learning institutions. We have invested deeply into racial equity work to build an environment where all of us can thrive."
NCS will continue to prioritize our team's perspectives and feedback to ensure that we remain a top performer in employee engagement.
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The Network for College Success (NCS) works to cultivate postsecondary readiness and success for all students by translating research into practice and supporting high school leaders to organize their schools for improvement and innovation. NCS envisions the transformation of public high schools into communities of powerful learning for students and educators. We imagine schools in which all students excel academically and develop the agency, integrated identity, and competencies necessary to have successful lives as adults.
Angel Martinez