Reborn Cabinets wins top workplace award
February 17, 2022 | 1:34 pm CST
Reborn Cabinets

Reborn Cabinets has won numerous awards. The latest being a best workplace award.

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Reborn Cabinets has won a 2022 Top Workplaces USA award, issued by Energage. This is the second win of this award for Reborn and the team is celebrating one another for the recognition from a purpose-driven organization that develops solutions to build and brand Top Workplaces.

Reborn Cabinets is an FDMC 300 member and featured multiple times in the WOOD 100: Strategies for success. According to the company, it was a challenging year that included rotating staff schedules, work-from-home adjustments along with an influx of growth from business to team member count. 

To learn, Team Reborn members provided positive feedback about the company and its commitment to providing the "We Care" atmosphere, affirmed to Reborn Cabinets leadership that regular communication with staff is necessary. The company has more than 600 team members company-wide. 

"Knowing we have been awarded a Top Workplace USA recognition for a second time, based solely on the votes of our own staff, is an honor,” said Vince Nardo, Reborn Cabinets’ CEO. “This is a testament to each member of Team Reborn's work ethic and commitment to our company core values. With the significant growth of the company in the past year, leadership focused on maintaining a positive environment throughout the company. The culture and energy are a reflection of the impact our second core value represents: Have the Ultimate Working Environment."

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