CEO Ari Haseotes will discuss employee strategies.
October 6, 2015, 04:23 pm
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. - Cumberland Farms President and CEO Ari Haseotes is going to Washington.
The industry leader is representing his
convenience store chain at the White House Summit on Worker Voice, taking place Wednesday.
will participate in a panel discussion entitled "High Road Employer Strategies: Win/Win Solutions."
"This special honor really reflects the work of the entire team at Cumberland Farms
and their ongoing commitment to making our company a great place to work," Haseotes
"We are so incredibly proud and honored that our efforts and our values are being recognized by the White House, and I'm looking forward to sharing our perspectives at Wednesday's event."
The White House invitation marks the latest in a string of high-profile recognition for Cumberland Farms
took the helm in 2008.
The family-owned convenience store chain has been recognized for its approach to health care, extending full-time health benefits to an additional 1,500 formerly part-time employees ahead of the Affordable Care Act mandate.
The company also introduced a variety of compensation models and communication platforms aimed at driving retention and employee satisfaction, which Haseotes
will highlight in his
panel discussion at the Summit this week.