The Best Place to Work
The Boston Globe announced its Top Places to Work in Massachusetts, and Hill Holliday made the top of the list, placing first in the midsize company range. For the past three years the survey, based on employee responses, has recognized the most progressive companies in the state based on how employees weigh in on company leadership, compensation and training, diversity/inclusion, career development, family-friendly flexibility, and values and ethics.
The companies, including private, publicly held businesses, and nonprofits, were divided into three categories: Large, Midsize, and Small. Each needed more than 100 employees in Massachusetts to qualify for Top Places to Work 2010.
Over 200 organizations allowed the Globe to conduct their confidential survey. More than 133,000 employees were contacted by the Globe’s research partner, WorkplaceDynamics of Exton, PA, and they received 82,000 responses. Workers graded their company’s performance in 23 distinct statements, ranging from “This organization demonstrates it values employees during difficult times ’’ to “It’s easy to tell my boss the truth.”
From the day it was founded, Hill Holliday has had a unique culture that values the contributions of every individual and understands that people make sacrifices on behalf of the company every single day. It’s only equitable that we try to create an environment that demonstrates an appreciation for these efforts beyond the basic paycheck and benefits.