Kings III Makes The Dallas Morning News Top 100 Places to Work List
(Dallas, TX) Kings III Emergency Communications, a privately-owned emergency help phone-monitoring company based in Coppell, was honored to be recognized by its employees and The Dallas Morning News by making the daily newspaper’s Top 100 Places to Work list, falling in at 26th in the midsize companies category.
In order to enter for consideration, a company must have at least 50 local employees in any of the following counties: Dallas, Tarrant, Denton, Collin, Ellis, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Wise. Someone (inside or outside of the business) must nominate the company. From there, the company’s employees are sent a survey with 21 statements they must rank on a 7-point scale, distributed between “strongly disagree” and “strongly agree,” along with answering how important each statement is to them. From there, each company is broken into size bands, and the highest-scoring companies in each size band are chosen for the list. Learn more here.
Kings III solidified its 26th spot in the list by ranking in the top 5% of the following culture drivers (as defined by The Dallas Morning News’ standards):
- Clued-In Employees- Team members feel well-informed about important decisions.
- Supportive Managers- Employees perceive that their managers at Kings III care about their concerns and help them grow, learn, and succeed.
- Strong Values
- Meaningful Work
- Leaders In-the-Know- Kings III workers believe that senior management has a well-rounded idea of what happens at the company.
- Employee Appreciation
- Cross-Team Cooperation
- Company Direction– The team believes that Kings III is on a positive trajectory.
Dennis Mason, CEO at Kings III, weighs in on what he thinks makes Kings III a standout company worthy of the list, especially in an unprecedented year like this one:
“Our team members’ ability to adapt gracefully to the changing circumstances this year, both professionally and personally, has been remarkable. 2020 certainly hasn’t been the year anyone expected, but our growing Kings III team has remained committed to ensuring our emergency callers, our customers, and our colleagues are all well taken care of. We do important work here and there are times where our clients are in life and death situations, so doing our jobs well is very important. We do that better when we are operating as a unified team. I am proud of what we are building here, and I am proud of our team.”
About Kings III Emergency Communications
Kings III Emergency Communications has been providing complete, compliant, and affordable emergency phone solutions for elevators, poolside, stairwells, and parking areas for more than three decades, monitoring more than 65,000 emergency phones across North America. Our Elevator Partner Referral Program is an opportunity to work together toward a common goal. Fed up with elevator phones and the additional risk and liability? Let us be your phone experts. Our all-inclusive solution includes equipment, installation, maintenance, and 24/7 monitoring at our very own Emergency Dispatch Center for one low price. Two key differentiators include our unique line seizure technology which eliminates costly dedicated emergency phone lines and our digital recording and storing of all calls. These coupled with advanced dispatcher training and many other value-added benefits allow us to reduce risk, liability, and often times costs for our customers.
Contact: Allie Ludlum
Kings III Emergency Communications
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