November 18th, 2019
Beacon Hill Staffing Group was again named to The Boston Globe’s prestigious Top Places to Work list for 2019, ranking 17th out of 40 companies in the "Medium Employers” category. This is the fifth consecutive year that Beacon Hill has been recognized, and sixth year overall.
The news was reported in a special Top Places to Work magazine supplement included in The Boston Sunday Globe on November 17th. This is the popular magazine’s twelfth year of honoring the state’s most beloved workplaces based on surveys of the people who know best – the employees themselves. On Thursday, November 14th, Beacon Hill joined other Top Places recipients at Big Night Live for an awards reception.
The Boston Globe’s 2019 Top Places to Work survey was conducted by Energage of Philadelphia, an employee research and consulting firm. The Globe invited employers of all sizes and from across the state to participate in the survey, of which 323 completed the entire process. Completed surveys were received from over 65,981 individuals, who rated their employers based on key metrics such as direction, management, training, and job satisfaction.
From Left (top row): Staffing Consultant Dan Ulrich, Staffing Consultant Andrew Kil, Solutions Talent Manager Steve Dion, Solutions Partnership Director EJ Darisse, Senior Staffing Consultant Alexander Anokhin and Consultant Matt Swett. From Left (bottom row): Associate Consultant Abigail Strickland, Staffing Consultant Cameron Paine, Senior Managing Consultant Kelsey Cahalan, Legal Staffing Consultant Jenna Kim, Senior Consultant Corinne Werner and Senior Managing Consultant Andre Campagna.
Beacon Hill Staffing Group’s niche brands provide direct hire, executive search, temporary staffing, contract consulting, temp/contract-to-hire, and MSP/VMS and RPO solutions to emerging growth companies and the Fortune 500 across multiple market sectors and all industries. Over time, office locations, specialty practice areas and service offerings will be added to address ever changing constituent needs.