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Monitronics Voted A 2013 ‘Top 100 Place to Work’ in Dallas-Fort Worth

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, November 12, 2013


Based on a confidential third-party survey of their 850-plus employees, Monitronics International, Inc. has made The Dallas Morning News’ list of "Top 100 Places to Work” in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for the third straight year.

Monitronics ranked 25th among 30 selections in the "large” category for companies with 500 or more employees in Dallas-Fort Worth. They’ve made the Dallas Top 100 every year since entering the competition in 2011.

"It’s an honor for Monitronics to be recognized once again as a top place to work by our own employees,” said Mike Haislip, Monitronics president and CEO. "Being selected to the Dallas Top 100 for the third straight year is special because it means we’re achieving our goal of building a high-performance workplace that empowers us to make a positive impact on our customers’ lives each day.”

Any organization with at least 50 employees in North Texas can enter the competition. To be eligible for a Top 100 ranking, at least 35 percent of a company’s employees must respond to a confidential questionnaire analyzed by WorkplaceDyanmics. Anonymous responses from 69,673 DFW employees decided the 2013 rankings.

The nation’s second-largest residential security provider, Monitronics delivers home and business security monitoring to more than 1 million residential and commercial accounts through their independent Authorized Dealer network in the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. Employees at Monitronics’ Dallas-based headquarters provide customer support and 24-hour alarm monitoring from their Five Diamond Certified monitoring center.

Monitronics has focused internal efforts on increasing employee involvement and meeting high-performance objectives through mutual trust and respect at every level of the company.

"One thing that gives me great pride is the way we’ve maintained a small-company feel despite our exponential growth over the last 20 years,” Haislip said. "We started in 1994 with two founders and one big idea: to build a security company people can truly trust. We still work very hard to ensure that each employee feels valued, because if they’re engaged and passionate about what they do, they should have a positive experience every time they talk to a customer.”

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