With a surging economy and job growth at peak highs in recent years, Orange County companies have expanded their payrolls and paychecks.
So, how does all that growth help foster a top workplace?
Are employees valued? Promoted? Respected?
Does an organization offer its associates the option of flexible schedules or provide opportunities to learn and grow? Do businesses take pride in setting high standards for efficiency or strong ethical values?
To help us figure out who’s the best of the best, the Orange County Register launches its tenth annual Top Workplaces program today, June 4.
Employees at Orange County-based companies with greater than 35 employees are encouraged to participate.
The Top Workplaces program examines organizations with 35 or more workers. The survey in recent years expanded to include private, public, nonprofit and government organizations in the county.
The company rankings are calculated by Workplace Dynamics based on responses from employees.
Survey participants are asked to complete a short 24-question survey that asks them to rate organizations on such topics as benefits, leadership, training, compensation and workplace culture.
In last year’s Top Workplace program, 1,338 Orange County companies were invited to participate, representing 48,000 employees.
More details on the program:
- Any organization with 35 or more employees in Orange County is eligible to participate (can be public, private, non-profit, government)
- Companies will be surveyed during June to August.
- Nomination deadline: July 14
- Nominate online: ocregister.com/nominate
- Nominate by phone: 714-442-2768