Mosaic Wins Minnesota Business Ethics Award
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Mosaic Wins Minnesota Business Ethics Award

May 19, 2011   |   ShareThis

Sample Pic The Mosaic Company was recently honored for its commitment to building a strong ethical culture with the 2011 Minnesota Business Ethics Award (MBEA) in the large-company category. The MBEAs recognize Minnesota businesses that exhibit the highest ethical standards with customers, employees, investors, suppliers, communities and competitors.

“This award is wonderful recognition of the principled and ethical culture that so many leaders and founders of Mosaic have worked to build in what has been a very short period of time since Mosaic was established,” said Jim Prokopanko, Mosaic’s president and CEO. “I could not possibly be more proud to work alongside so many fine Mosaic colleagues.”

The MBEA was founded in 1999 by the Center for Ethical Business Cultures at the University of St. Thomas’s Opus College of Business and the Minnesota chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals. In order to qualify for a MBEA, a company must promote ethical conduct for the benefit of their employees, the marketplace, the environment and the community. Past recipients include Imation Corp., St. Jude Medical, Best Buy, General Dynamics and Medtronic.

“Earning top honors in the MBEA competition reflects a firm’s dedication to building a culture that embeds high ethical standards in all of its relationships and practices,” said Carl Peterson, CPA and MBEA co-chair.