Welcome to the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Best Places to Work 2016.
Each year, the Business Journal teams with Quantum Workplace to find the very best workplaces in our region. How do we come up with our list? The contest is based on employee surveys and contains various levels of safeguards to protect the integrity of the process.
Here’s how Quantum describes the process: While many awards programs remain subjective, ours has been scientific since day one. In fact, we were the first to utilize a full-blown employee engagement survey as the sole scoring mechanism. This is still the case today. Our survey was developed by some of the most brilliant minds in survey research methodology and organizational psychology, and we update it regularly to make sure it stays relevant.
This year, we had a record number of applications for Best Places to Work and every company included here had to reach a statistical benchmark to be included. It’s not an easy benchmark to meet.
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