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Employers win award for ethics

November 27, 2019
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From Left: Sharp Construction Production Manager Aaron Johnson and Sales Associate Ryan Spencer. Photo via Facebook.com

A group of employers have been honored for their ethics by a nonprofit.

The Better Business Bureau Serving Western Michigan awarded the 2019 Torch Award for Ethics in four categories. 

Two award winners are businesses, and two winners are nonprofits.

“This year’s winners demonstrate that ethical leadership every day in our community and with the people they serve,” said Phil Catlett, president, Better Business Bureau Serving Western Michigan.

Businesses and nonprofits are nominated by their peers, customers and employees and are evaluated by a panel of judges made up of business and nonprofit leaders from the community.

Torch Award winners

Sharp Construction: The Holland-based company, which has been in business for three years, was recognized for its “commitment to its customers and its employees.”

Exalta Health: Based in Grand Rapids, the nonprofit provides health care services to people with low income or no income. It was recognized for its commitment to putting “mission over margin.”

West Michigan Urban League: The Grand Rapids-based nonprofit, which helps people connect with needed resources, was recognized for its “commitment to the community and its demonstration of ethical practices.”

Team Bob’s Heating, Cooling and Plumbing: The Traverse City-based company is recognized as one that “promotes trust and ethics in its interactions with customers and the community.”

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