As if being named a 2020 Washington Post Top Workplace wasn’t enough of an honor, Chenega MIOS was recently interviewed along with Giant Food and Northwest Federal Credit Union as a company whose culture embodies a Top Workplace. Each company interviewed share a common mission: Going Beyond the Value Proposition.
At MIOS, we value a family-first principle, which forms from our framework as a “Corporation with a higher cause,” this cause being our Shareholders. Our from “the top down and back up” culture, as described by MIOS President, John (JC) Campagna, serves as a way to preserve the culture and way of life of the Native Alaskan tribe, as well as create financial resources for the Shareholders. These shareholders see MIOS as an extension of their family. “That strength of character and the commitment to succeed is visible throughout the entire corporation because that’s what our shareholders reflect upon us,” says JC.
Read more about how Chenega MIOS’s culture embodies that of a Top Workplace at The Washington Post.
About The Washington Post
Every year, The Washington Post seeks to find the Washington D.C. area’s top workplaces. In partnership with the employee engagement firm Energage, LLC, the paper conducts a survey of employees across hundreds of companies to identify the best workplaces and learn what makes them so special. Honorees can be large government contractors, small nonprofits, or regional chains. They can work in tech, law, real estate, construction, and the service industry. They can be legacy, startups, or a business pivoting toward a whole new direction.