Harrisburg, PA – Registration for the 2021 Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania Program is now open. Nominations for these valuable awards are now being accepted online at bestplacestoworkinpa.com until June 25th, 2021. Now in its 22nd year, this program awards small/medium-sized and large-sized businesses from across the commonwealth. To be eligible to participate in Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania, companies must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a publicly or privately held business
  • Be a for-profit, not-for-profit business or government entity
  • Have a facility in the state of Pennsylvania
  • Have a minimum of 15 full-time or part-time employees working in Pennsylvania
  • Must be in business a minimum of one year

Although it is a prestigious honor to make the list, all companies who participate 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. Every year many participants find that insight from these reports is as valuable as making the list. Additionally, companies that make the list improve their visibility and appeal to job seekers from around the globe by carrying the trusted stamp of approval of being a “Best Places to Work in PA” company.

“As founding partners and annual supporters, we at Team Pennsylvania are proud of the work at the Central Penn Business Journal and the Department of Community & Economic Development that recognizes the employees and employers that drive the commonwealth’s economic vitality,” said Ryan C. Unger, President & CEO.

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
Leadership Sponsor: Schaedler Yesco