Don’t just take our word for it. A recent survey of past participants revealed the many benefits firms receive from participating in the Best Firms To Work For ranking program, whether they make the list or not. Besides the notoriety and gains in recruiting and retention efforts firms that rank shared, all firms value the feedback they get from the employee survey conducted as part of the evaluation process, as well as the learning that takes place doing the corporate survey.

Want to learn more? Listen to a free webinar to hear from past participant, Matthew Malozi, executive vice president of Traffic Planning & Design, explain why his firm has participated in this program for years and why you should consider it yourself. (This webinar is available to view as an archive after the live event.)

The deadline to apply is April 23, 2010. To learn more or to complete the application, click here. There are separate rankings for civil, structural, architectural, environmental services, and multidiscipline services firms.

While the economy is putting increasing pressure on firms, it’s important to recognize the Best Firms To Work For program’s philosophy: a great firm to work for is one that deals with good times and bad with strong leadership, communication, and thoughtfulness. The evaluation process considers the current economy’s effect of firms. What’s more, the ranking compares only those firms that apply against each other; so in tough times, the pool of applicants will include firms that have suffered hardships. Yet they can still be Best Firm To Work For if they handle difficult decisions well and continue to be an employee-focused firm.

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