Dublin, OH– IGS Energy was recognized as a Best Places to Work by Business First, placing third in the category of medium-sized companies in Central Ohio.
Columbus Business First used Quantum Workplace, which has conducted employment engagement studies for some of America’s best-known corporations, to survey employees about their work environments. Quantum used a web-based questionnaire to gather opinions from workers of the companies and nonprofit institutions that became candidates for the Best Places to Work award.
In addition to IGS Energy, 34 companies were honored at an awards program Nov. 12, at the Hyatt Regency Columbus with keynote speaker, Greg Harris, CEO of Quantum Workplace. Ranging in size, awards were handed out in four categories: large companies with more than 500 local employees; medium companies with 100 to 499 local employees; small companies with between 25 and 99 workers; and micro companies with 10 to 24.
The Best Places to Work program, launched in 2005, is open to any company or organization with a Central Ohio office with at least 10 full-time employees.