Phi Delta Theta General Headquarters is proud to share that the organization has been Certified™ by Great Place To Work® in the United States. The recognition is based on a survey given to current employees, with 90 percent of employees believing Phi Delta Theta is a great place to work, compared to the 57 percent average for other US companies.
“We are excited to receive recognition for something we have always believed in – the General Headquarters is an exceptional workplace. This recognition is a reflection of our culture and team which truly is the best in the industry. We look forward to maintaining this standard in future years to ensure we attract and retain the best group of servant leaders to provide support to our members.” Sean Wagner, Executive Vice President and CEO, shared.
What is Great Place to Work Certification?
Great Place to Work Certification recognizes employers who create an outstanding employee experience. Certification is a two-step process that includes surveying your employees and completing a short questionnaire about your workforce. Because employee feedback and independent analysis determine the scores, Certification helps job seekers identify which companies genuinely offer a great company culture. Certification gives employers a recruiting advantage by providing a globally recognized and research-backed verification of great employee experience.
The Great Place to Work certification has recognized companies such as Target, Hilton, American Express, and Hulu. Phi Delta Theta is honored to rank alongside these companies.
About Phi Delta Theta General Headquarters
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity is a fraternal membership association that aims to help its current 11,000 undergraduates and 200,000 alumni members become the greatest version of themselves throughout their college years and beyond by providing top-notch leadership development programs, scholarships, and alcohol-free facilities while supporting the Live Like Lou Foundation, an organization that assists families affected by ALS and funds research for Lou Gehrig’s disease. Guided by its strategic plan Phi Delt 2030, Phi Delta Theta’s ultimate goal is to be recognized as the leading fraternal leadership development society.
More than 376 staff members have served the Phi Delta Theta General Headquarters over the past century. Each individual has contributed to the Fraternity’s mission, preserved its history, and propelled the organization forward with new opportunities. Today, the GHQ staff consists of thirty-seven individuals whose roles indicate the broad scope of duties the modern General Fraternity workforce performs. Together, it is their mission to provide the Fraternity’s members with a transformational experience in their pursuit of greatness.