Thursday, November 13, 2008

Do you consider your organization to be a "Top Small Workplace"?

Rupert Murdoch is on my drivewayImage by kevindooley via FlickrMark Harbeke who is the Director of Content Development at Winning Workplaces shared the following announcement in a posting on the Best Practice Exchange on LinkedIn.

Winning Workplaces and The Wall Street Journal are collaborating to identify exceptional small organizations – private, nonprofit or publicly held – in our third annual ranking of the Top Small Workplaces. We will be selecting small employers that foster teamwork, flexibility, high productivity and innovation while also helping their employees grow personally and professionally, and providing them benefits that improve their lives and communities.

Each candidate is a North American organization that:

- is independent - not a unit of a larger corporation
- has no more than $200 million in annual revenues
- has 500 or fewer employees
- has been in business at least five years

If you think your company fits the bill, or you know of one that does, please nominate them by January 30, 2009 (it's free to do so!) here:

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