Seven hundred people jammed the Georgia World Congress Center Friday morning for the 2014 Atlanta’s Best Places To Work Awards.
Each year, Atlanta Business Chronicle, in partnership with Quantum Workplace, a global leader in workplace culture assessment, surveys the metro area’s employers to find those employers that have discovered how to become one of Atlanta’s Best Places To Work.
Quantum ranked the top 100 employers in three categories: the top five among large employers (501 employees or more in the metro area), the top 35 among medium employers (101 to 500 employees) and the top 60 among small employers (10 to 100 employees). Only employers with at least 10 employees could participate.
Keynote speaker U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-GA) spoke about the five key elements that make great leaders.
To find Atlanta’s 2014 Best Places To Work, the Chronicle asked readers to nominate workplaces in metro Atlanta. Nominations were accepted during the past year at the Chronicle’s website. Employees at participating companies and organizations were surveyed by Quantum Workplace from early July through mid-August. This year more than 300 companies and organizations participated in the surveys. More than 18,000 employees completed surveys.
The lists of all 100 winners.
- Atlanta’s Best Places to Work – Small Companies
- Atlanta’s Best Places to Work – Medium Companies
- Atlanta’s Best Places to Work – Large Companies
Nominate here for our 2015 Best Places to Work awards.