Companies With 15 or More Employees Are Invited to Register

Registration for the 2017 Best Places to Work in PA Program is now open. Nominations for these valuable awards are being accepted online at until Friday, June 30, 2017. The program, now in its 18th year, ranks small/medium-sized and large-sized companies from all corners of our commonwealth. To be eligible to participate, companies must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a for-profit or non-profit business
  • Be a publicly or privately held business
  • Have a minimum of 15 employees working in Pennsylvania
  • Be in business for at least one year

While making the list is a prestigious honor, participating companies gain additional benefits from their participation. After the two-part survey process is complete, each participating company receives the results of their Employee Engagement and Satisfaction Survey. Many participants from years past agree that the insights from these reports are equally as valuable as making the list. Additionally, companies that make the list improve their visibility and appeal to jobseekers from around the globe by carrying a trusted stamp of approval of being a “Best Places to Work in PA” company.

“Team Pennsylvania is proud to work with our partners at the Central Penn Business Journal and the Department of Community & Economic Development to recognize the employers that drive our state’s economy,” said Ryan C. Unger, President & CEO. “We know that Pennsylvania is a great place to live, learn and thrive. Innovative companies attract innovative talent. We encourage businesses to participate, gain valuable feedback from your employees, and show us that you are a great place to work.”

Team Pennsylvania is a non-partisan, charitable, nonprofit created in 1997 to bring government and private sector leaders together for the betterment of Pennsylvania. Team Pennsylvania’s support results in innovation that drives entrepreneurial spirit, improves and strengthens the state’s workforce and contributes to a growing and vibrant Pennsylvania economy.

This year’s program is brought to you by:

Lead Sponsor & Founding Partner: Team Pennsylvania Foundation
Founding Partners: The Department of Community & Economic Development and the Central Penn Business Journal
Program Partner: The Pennsylvania State Council of SHRM