Frontline Education’s top priority is to create and enforce a transparent work-life balance that accommodates employees’ lifestyle needs. If an employee has to take his or her child to see the doctor, for example, Frontline Education makes sure that person has the ability to take the day off or to work from home.
Many Frontline Education employees take advantage of Chicago’s vibrant culture. The company regularly offers free catered lunches from local businesses to its workers. Employees also have a free gym membership, keeping the culture active all year round. Frontline Education also hosts a special annual outing, where everyone comes together to celebrate team wins.
“Senior management here is very open with its employees, and we know we can always go to them when concerns arise.”
Project Manager II
“At Frontline Education, it’s not just about a certain solution or initiative that we might implement. It’s the people and culture that are the most important here. You may not have a specific experience in an area, but if you’re coachable and can add tremendous value to a team, then you’re a great fit here.”