Morales Group was founded in 2003 and has diverse roots in the Latino community. Over the past 14 years, MGI has successfully placed over 40,000 associates throughout the Midwest. MGI's strength lies in the ability to attract individuals from all ends of the globe and to offer qualified, screened talent through divisions that target specific workforce needs.

5628 W. 74th Street  | Indianapolis, in

Company Facts

Square Footage: 20,767

Employee Count: 132

Year of Buildout: 2017

 

Vendor Facts

General Contractor: Designpoint Inc.

Architect / Interiors: Parallel Design Group

Furniture: Officeworks

 

How does your space drive productivity, collaboration and connectivity?

The new Learning and Development rooms, as well as Huddle Studies provide an opportunity for employee productivity as Morales Group employees are encouraged to further their personal professional development and comply with community service hours (including reading). 

The open-concept space within the office allows for easy collaboration and connectivity with others.

What is the one thing that is unforgettable when someone walks through your space?

MGI has incorporated a wide array of meaningful art that is sourced from around the world and compliments their bold, bright and diversity-driven space. With a strong focus on leadership, each room has a name; ie Rosa Parks, Cesar Chavez, Nelson Mandela.

How does your space tell your company’s story and reflect its brand?

The core values of Morales Group, which are located prominently on their Morales-branded wall in the open-concept cubicle area, reflect their brand and tell their story.

How does your space engage your employee base?

Morales Group has an energetic and engaging culture and a new creative space that matches those characteristics. Their leadership places a strong focus on the celebration of diversity, and they truly treat their employees as family. With more than 40+ country flags hanging proudly in their open-concept cubicle space, a strong message of diversity is displayed as employees walk to their work stations every single day.