Best Places to Work

When you punch the clock and it is more about winning, more about collaborating and more about the work than the paycheck, you have found the right place to "work."

The Best Places to Work identify the organizations doing all they can to improve the performance by challenging their employees in an environment that makes work fun and engaging. The Business Intelligence Group honors those companies who help their employees accelerate their careers, knowledge and performance. 

Nominations are being accepted now through December 6, 2019 and winners will be notified February 10, 2020. For all the details download the nomination guide below.


Stay up to date!

Enter your details below to receive the 2020 Best Places to Work nomination guide. This year’s guide includes all the details of the program including deadlines, rules, award categories and more.

2019 Winners

Read the full press release.

Overall Winner


Additional Winners

2020 Best Places to Work Program

Like last year, we will use a consolidated Employee Satisfaction and Engagement Insights Survey that captures both the questions needed to judge the competition and engagement questions to help your organizations benchmark performance and improve company culture.

This singular employee survey will streamline your nomination and provide a more comprehensive, yet not overwhelming, view of your organization.

  • 10 Questions to Measure Employee Satisfaction (mandatory)

  • 15 Questions to Measure Employee Engagement (optional)

The nomination fee to participate is $799 .

Why Nominate Your Organization?

The benefits of these surveys are limitless, but if we had to name a few, they:

  • Increase productivity

  • Encourage new ideas

  • Reduce turnover

  • Track progress

  • Improve company culture

The Best Places to Work survey is extremely valuable for leadership teams. We provide the content and track the results, enabling management to make changes based on employee feedback. Surveys like these improve retention, engagement, and performance, allowing employees to anonymously express their feelings.