Nahan Named As a Printing Industry Best Workplace in the Americas

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Contact: Melissa Fransen                                                          
Phone: 320-217-7319
Email: melissa.fransen@nahan.com

ST. CLOUD, MN – February 6, 2020 – Nahan Printing, Inc. of St. Cloud, MN has been awarded the Best Workplace designation in the 2020 Best Workplace in the Americas (BWA) awards competition. The BWA awards are awarded to companies that create the best environments for their employees in the printing industry. The BWA awards, presented by Printing Industries of America (PIA), is awarded annually to only those companies meeting rigorous standards in human resources practices.

A panel of printing industry HR professionals evaluated applicants in three categories: Communications & Culture, Employee Resources & Benefits, and Safety & Work Environment.

PIA Best Workplaces

“Nahan Printing is one of the premier companies in the printing industry for employee experiences,” said Adriane Harrison, Vice President of Human Relations at PIA. “This award is a testament to Nahan’s leadership in developing an ‘employer of choice’ culture.”

“Winning a BWA award is an honor. We are on a journey to give our employees an exceptional workplace. There have been a number of initiatives that we have put into place this past year that are making a difference: we have implemented values-based leadership, we have opened Nahan University, and we have empowered our employees to ‘Never Stop Being the Best’ by sharing new ideas and exceeding customer expectations,” said Mike Nahan, CEO.

Michael F. Makin, president and CEO of PIA, agrees. “The Best Workplace in the Americas award winners stand among the most distinguished printing industry leaders by human resources standards. Congratulations to Nahan Printing for its outstanding achievement in human resources excellence.”  

ABOUT WINNER

Nahan Printing is a Minnesota-based, independent, family-owned, world class printer committed to providing end-to-end solutions that add value to our clients. Since its inception in 1962, Nahan has specialized in catalogs and direct mail for industries such as retail, financial services, non-profit and hospitality. With a client roster of legendary brands, Nahan prints iconic work that represents the highest level of quality and innovation in the industry. For more information about Nahan, please visit http://www.nahan.com.

ABOUT THE BEST WORKPLACE IN THE AMERICAS AWARDS

The Best Workplace in the Americas (BWA) awards, presented by Printing Industries of America (PIA), recognizes a company’s commitment to quality and excellence, passion for success, and dedication to providing a safety-focused work environment. For more information about the program, visit: www.printing.org/bwa.

Nahan Training Center Opens

SAINT CLOUD, MN – July 17, 2019 – Nahan Printing hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open their new training center. The training center was made possible with a grant the company was awarded from St. Cloud State University and the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. Nahan is also partnering with St. Cloud State University and Saint Cloud Technical & Community College to deliver the training for the employees.

The training center will offer the following types of training for employees:

  • Leadership Training
  • Production Training
  • Math & Measurement Training
  • Mechanical Aptitude Training
  • Hands-on Equipment Training
  • Skills Training

The ribbon cutting ceremony included presentations from Mike Nahan, CEO; Julie Nowacki, Director of HR; and Curt Tillotson, COO. Tammy Anhalt-Warner, Director – Welcome Center and Workforce Center from St. Cloud State University was also present for the event.

“We value investing in our employees and it is something that continues to separate Nahan as an employer of choice in our community. I am excited about this partnership with the local colleges and universities here in St. Cloud and what this partnership means for the future of our current and future team members,” said Mike Nahan, CEO.

Nahan Printing also revealed the name for their new training center at the ceremony. Prior to the ribbon cutting ceremony, Nahan had an internal contest for their employees to submit name ideas for their new training center. After reviewing the 73 entries from employees, the owners selected “Nahan University,” submitted by Lisa MacDonald, Account Manager.