By Katherine Daniel Oct 17, 2017
At N2 Publishing, growth wouldn’t be possible without the cultural fit and dedication of its team members. A testament to its unwavering focus on company culture, N2 announced today it was named one of the 2017 Best Small & Medium Workplaces by Great Place to Work and FORTUNE for the second consecutive year.
This ranking considered 74,000 surveys from employees at hundreds of businesses in all sectors of the economy. N2 Publishing earned a spot on this list based on team members’ assessment of the camaraderie, leadership, fairness, rewards, and career opportunities enjoyed by all in their workplace. N2 Publishing ranked number #32 among 100 winning medium organizations.
“It’s incredibly exciting and a huge honor to be on this list again,” said Katherine Daniel, Director of Human Resources and Marketing at N2 Publishing. “We know we love coming to work each day and contributing to N2’s mission, but it’s cool when other organizations, particularly highly-regarded groups like FORTUNE and Great Place to Work Institute, recognize how unique our culture really is.”
Outstanding small and mid-sized employers – as identified by their employees – are substantially more likely to report work experiences linked to retention, innovation and good customer service, according to research by Great Place to Work. The winning organizations also are more likely than their peers to maintain a healthy organizational culture as they grow larger and more complex.
"The Best Small & Medium Workplaces are laying the groundwork for future success by building trust, cooperation and leadership credibility. All of these enhance business performance and create a positive environment for doing business,” said Michael Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work.
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