Downtown Management District Wants to Make Downtown El Paso Best Place to Work
Survey of Downtown Employees to Provide “To Do” list
During the month of June, downtown employees are asked to complete an online survey designed to better understand their interests, needs and demographic information. The survey will be available in English and Spanish. Interested downtown employees will be able to register for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate to the downtown business of their choice.
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Downtown El Paso is the only location in the city that can provide local employees access to shopping, restaurants, bars, event venues, museums, a library, a historic plaza, and a minor league ballpark all within walking distance. Despite all of the great aspects of working downtown, the Downtown Management District (DMD) wants to make sure that Downtown El Paso is known as the Best Place to Work!
This effort began back in January when the DMD gathered Human Resource professionals from numerous downtown employers. Participating employers included the City of El Paso, El Paso County, El Paso Electric, Workforce Solutions, WestStar Bank, Sanders/Wingo Advertising, Franklin Mountain Management, Best Companies, Strickler Prieto, El Paso Times, and the Downtown Management District. The group quickly identified two objectives to pursue; 1) Gather Demographic Data on downtown employees, and 2) Conduct a Survey of Downtown Employees to better understand their needs and interests.
Information gathered by the survey will be used by the committee to develop strategies and efforts to address the participant interests.
“We have amazing employers in the downtown, but we want to make sure that Downtown El Paso is the best place to work for our current employee base and those interested in relocating to the area,” said DMD Executive Director Joe Gudenrath. “The information gained from this survey will provide us a “to do” list of items and opportunities to pursue in our efforts to make Downtown El Paso the best place to work in the city.”