Indiana Donor Network Wins 2024 Top Workplaces Culture Excellence Award for Compensation & Benefits, Purpose & Values

May 21, 2024

Indiana Donor Network announced today that it is a 2024 Top Workplaces Culture Excellence winner. Energage, a purpose-driven organization that builds and brands employers of choice, determines the awards. The Top Workplaces program has a 17-year history of surveying and celebrating people-first organizations nationally and across 60 regional markets. 

Top Workplaces Culture Excellence awards recognize organizations that excel in specific areas of workplaces culture: 

  • Compensation & Benefits: This award celebrates the organizations who provide employees not only with material rewards but also with the appreciation for their work.
  • Purpose & Values: This award celebrates organizations who have both embedded their mission and values into their culture and are efficient in their work to bring it into reality.


“We need an engaged, ambitious staff to make our lifesaving mission a reality,” said Kellie Tremain, president and CEO of Indiana Donor Network. “We employ a workforce with a wide range of skill sets all over the state, and we are proud to support them in numerous ways to ensure that working with us is a positive experience.” 

Top Workplaces awards are based on feedback from a research-backed employee engagement survey. Details about how Indiana Donor Network builds a great workplace culture are available on Top Workplaces. 

“Earning a Top Workplaces award is a badge of honor for companies, especially because it comes authentically from their employees,” said Eric Rubino, Energage CEO. “That’s something to be proud of. In today’s market, leaders must ensure they’re allowing employees to have a voice and be heard. That’s paramount. Top Workplaces do this, and it pays dividends.” 



About Indiana Donor Network

The decision to become an organ, tissue and eye donor is a decision to give the gift of life. Indiana Donor Network serves as the vital link between donors and patients waiting for lifesaving organ transplants, healing tissue and corneas to restore sight. The organization is a federally designated organ recovery organization and accredited tissue bank serving 85 of Indiana’s 92 counties. Its team of more than 300 dedicated professionals is committed to saving and healing lives through donation and transplantation, championing the cause through education and outreach and supporting donor families in their time of need. For more or to sign up as a donor, visit Indiana Donor Network online.

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