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Chicago Tribune 2019 Top Workplaces

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The Chicago Tribune named Hoopis Group a 2019 Top Workplace.

Hoopis Group has been awarded aTop Workplaces 2019honor by The Chicago Tribune.

To be recognized, by our own people, as one of the top places to work in one of the best cities in the world is truly an honor!” said Hoopis Group President & CEO, Peter Hoopis. Our employees are what makes this firm unique.

Flexible work-life integration coupled with continued support from Leadership encourages employees to consistently put their best efforts forward. During the onboarding phase, advisors are encouraged to create a vision for themselves, personally and professionally. Having a compelling reason why drives our employees to success. Hoopis facilitates a culture of education and continued learning to keep employees fulfilled. With invaluable training resources, technology platforms will always find the support they need to thrive.

True growth comes from stepping outside of your comfort zone, said John Greene, Chief Growth Officer. Hoopis Group gives our employees the tools and support they need to challenge themselves to grow both personally and professionally.

The Tribunes Top Workplaces list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through an anonymous survey, created by,Energage, LLC. The Top Workplaces award is about much more than recognition and celebration, said Eric Rubino, CEO of Energage. Our research also shows that these organizations achieve higher referral rates and double the employee engagement levels. It just goes to show that being intentional about culture delivers bottom-line results.

View the full press release here.


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Peter Hoopis is CEO of Hoopis Group and author of the new book E-Cruiting, which leverages his almost three decades of experience in recruiting Financial Services Professionals. Peter specializes in mentoring, training, and developing Financial Services managers and making them better recruiters and helping them grow their firms. In his spare time, he enjoys camping with his children and driving his race car; he is a purple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. He lives in Chicago with his wife Melissa and four children.

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