Top Workplace for New Ideas
Matt Barrett, right, of G2, Inc., Top Workplace for New Ideas, stands with Baltimore Sun publisher Timothy Ryan, left, at The Sun's Top Workplaces 2012 awards. (Steve Ruark, Special to The Baltimore Sun /November 29, 2012)
When people talk about the top places to work, the same words pop up again and again -- purpose, flexibility, collaboration, respect, challenging and rewarding.
Does that describe your company? Do you enjoy going to work? Does it feel more like a team, or even a family?
Folks at more than 110 Baltimore-area firms feel that way, having nominated their employers for The Baltimore Sun's third annual list of the region's top workplaces.
Given the strong response, we are extending the deadline until Aug. 16.
Anyone can suggest a company, and it doesn't matter whether the workplace is for-profit or nonprofit, privately owned or publicly held, but it must employ at least 50 people. To nominate a company, go to baltimoresun.com/nominate
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