Workplace

Best Place to Work

Best Place to WorkCOLUMBUS, Ohio " November 11, 2005 " Columbus Business First unveiled the rankings for the top thirty Best Places to Work in central Ohio at a private reception held on November 10, 2005 at the Hyatt on Capitol Square.

One hundred twenty four organizations in central Ohio participated in Business First's Best Places to Work Program by having employees complete satisfaction surveys that were independently conducted and evaluated by Quantum Market Research. Employees from each participating organization answered questions to gauge their workplace in the following areas: Best Place to Work

  • Team Effectiveness
  • Retention Risk
  • Alignment with Goals
  • Trust with Coworkers
  • Individual Contribution
  • Manager Effectiveness
  • Trust in Senior Leaders
  • Feeling Valued
  • Work Engagement
  • People Practices

Best Place to WorkOrganizations that participated in Business First's Best Places to Work Program were divided into three categories by the number of full-time employees: Small = 25 to 99; Medium = 100 to 499; Large = 500 or more employees.

Below is the list and corresponding ranking for each of the thirty organizations honored as a 2005 Best Place to Work. Business First published its Best Places to Work supplement issue profiling these organizations on November 11th.

Full-Time Employees (local/total) : 55/185
2004 revenue : $ 4.2 million

Benefits Provided :

Best Place to Work 401 (k) or 403(b) plans; Pension plan; annual performance bonuses; Employee stock purchase plans; Stock options; profit sharing; paid vacation and / or personal time off; Medical, vision and dental insurance coverage; life insurance; employee-assistance program; tuition reimbursement; open access to management at all times; Flexible time; compensatory time off; and cash-out vacations.

Top Officer : Ravi Kunduru

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