“In the two decades that we have been surveying and studying the Best Places to Work, we have never seen executives and employees working harder at keeping their companies moving forward while maintaining corporate culture from wherever those workers are working,” said Boston Business Journal Market President and Publisher Carolyn Jones.
Best Places to Work is designed to honor the area’s leading employers. Companies are ranked based on the results of an employee survey administered by Quantum Workplace . The survey measures hundreds of companies and evaluates:
- Communication and Resources
- Individual Needs
- Manager Effectiveness
- Personal Engagement
- Team Dynamics
- Trust in Leadership
At the BBJ’s Hawaiian-luau themed virtual awards ceremony this September, the rankings were announced, with John Galt Staffing placing #6 in the highly-competitive Small Company category.
The Boston Business Journal describes their annual nomination as a search to identify “companies that go beyond the norm to foster an enjoyable and meaningful work environment for their employees”. “This year as a whole can be described as beyond the norm”, noted John Galt Co-Founder John Racho, “We were particularly motivated to provide a meaningful work environment for them, different as it may be. So no matter if or where we place on this list of admirable companies, we are so so humbled and honored by our team’s nomination”.