November 1st, 2012
Beacon Hill Staffing Group was named to The Boston Globe’s prestigious Top Places to Work list for 2012, ranking 7th in the “Small Employers” category. The news was reported in a special Top Places to Work magazine supplement included in The Boston Sunday Globe on November 4th. As noted in the magazine, this is the popular 44-page magazine’s fifth year of honoring the state’s most beloved workplaces based on surveys of the people who know best – the employees themselves.
“When we launched in 2008 during the Great Recession, we wondered if employers would lose focus on keeping their employees happy,” Boston Globe Business Editor Shirley Leung said. “But businesses have continued to make strides in employee appreciation and opportunities. With more than 300 companies surveyed this year, we saw our highest participation rate to date.”
While the annual list has been around since 2008, this is the first year that the survey was opened up to employers with 50-99 employees working in the state of Massachusetts, making it possible for Beacon Hill Staffing Group's Boston-based headquarters to participate.
News of the ranking was also reported today on BostonGlobe.com as well as Boston.com. The Boston Globe’s 2012 Top Places to Work survey was conducted by WorkPlace Dynamics of Exton, Pa., specialists in employee engagement and retention. The Globe invited 1,586 employers to participate in the survey; 304 organizations employing a total of 210,000 people completed the process. Completed surveys were received from 81,907 individuals, who rated their employers based on workplace practices in compensation, leadership, appreciation, career opportunities and management.
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