Beacon Hill’s New York Office Ranked #7 on “Best Companies to Work for in New York” List

April 19th, 2018

As announced in January, Beacon Hill Staffing Group’s New York City office was named to Best Companies Group’s 11th annual “Best Companies to Work for in New York” list. On April 18, 2018, 70 employers from New York were recognized at a public awards dinner for their outstanding achievements in employee engagement. The winners were split into three groups based on size: small (15-99 employees), medium (100-249 employees) and large (250+ employees). Beacon Hill New York ranked #7 out of 24 companies in the Large Company Category.

“This is a pretty amazing achievement for a first-time list maker and we should all be very proud,” remarked Lorri Zelman, Division Director of Beacon Hill HR – New York.

Created in 2007, these celebrated annual awards are part of a distinctive program that evaluates and ranks the best places of employment. This statewide survey and awards program is designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in New York, whose practices benefit the State's businesses, economy, and workforce. To be considered for participation, organizations had to fulfill specific registration eligibility requirements, then participate in a two-part survey of employee satisfaction and engagement, as well as workplace practices and policies. Best Companies Group, an independent firm that manages Best Places to Work programs on state, regional and national levels around the world, conducted the survey process, then evaluated the results and determined the best places of employment in the Empire State.

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.