For the Fourth Straight Time, Smith Anderson is Recognized as One of the Triangle's Best Places to Work
Triangle Business Journal has named Smith Anderson one of the Triangle’s Best Places to Work for the fourth consecutive year. The award recognizes the 50 most admired workplaces in the Triangle, measured by employee feedback regarding the direction of the business, management effectiveness, level of employee engagement, work/life balance, pay and benefits and culture.
"This honor is a testament to our relationship-driven culture of commitment to our clients, each other and our community," said Byron Kirkland, managing partner of Smith Anderson. "And it reflects the collective efforts of every member of our team who strives to make Smith Anderson great place to work, grow and thrive."
The composition of this year’s class of winners reflects names familiar to TBJ’s Best Places to Work universe and introduces some newcomers to the list, TBJ says. The winners cover a myriad of industries, including technology, construction, life sciences, professional services, manufacturing and finance.
TBJ chose the honorees based on an employee survey process conducted by Quantum Workplace, an employee engagement software. Each of the 50 companies who were named to TBJ’s 2023 Best Places to Work List had to meet a threshold in employee participation to be eligible for the honor.
"Employees are the lifeblood of any company," TBJ Publisher and Market President Jason Christie said. "These 50 companies have demonstrated the belief that happy employees produce successful and thriving businesses."
TBJ will honor all the winners in a special section in its August 25 weekly edition. The full list of winners can be viewed here.
About Triangle Business Journal
Triangle Business Journal (TBJ) is the leading source of business news and events covering all industries in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, North Carolina and the surrounding areas. The Business Journals report on local and national issues that impact businesses and are a division of the American City Business Journals (ACBJ), the largest publisher of metropolitan business newsweeklies in the United States.