Named One of the 2016 Best Places to Work

The Jacksonville Business Journal announced this week that it has named Mac Papers as one of Jacksonville’s 2016 Best Places to Work. Mac Papers has been selected, along with eight other local organizations, after an independent, national research firm, Quantum Workplace, revealed that the company has one of the more interesting workplaces and one of the best cultures, as well as some of the happiest employees, along the First Coast, as determined by a survey of employees within the company’s headquarters and the Jacksonville branch.

In January, Quantum Workplace anonymously surveyed hundreds of Jacksonville companies’ employees about their experiences working for the organizations. The results showed that Mac Papers rose to the top in the large category, which includes companies comprised of 100 to 249 local employees in Jacksonville. The Jacksonville Business Journal noted on its website that the award “is a true testimony to the culture and work place that has been created at these businesses.”

“Providing excellent experiences for our customers begins with providing an excellent environment for our employees,” said Sutton McGehee, chairman and CEO of Mac Papers. “Mac Papers is honored and humbled to receive this employee-driven recognition, in part because we understand that our employees are our single-greatest asset. This award is a testament to the strong company culture we’ve built for the past 51 years, where employees feel motivated, valued and committed to driving great results for our customers.”

The Jacksonville Business Journal will honor each recipient during an upcoming Best Places to Work awards breakfast, scheduled for Tues., March 22, at the Omni Jacksonville (245 Water Street). Following the breakfast, the journal will also publicize the results in a special Best Places to Work awards section of the March 25 issue.