Saturday, December 19, 2009

Apply Now for 2010 Top Small Company Workplaces

Winning Workplaces, a Chicago-based nonprofit that helps small businesses, is teaming up with Inc. Magazine to recognize "Top Small Company Workplaces." This yearly competition attracts the best of the best of small business entrepreneurs, especially those active in the socially responsible business sector.

Applications for 2010 are now being accepted at: https://tsw.winningworkplaces.org Winning organizations will be featured in the June 2010 issue of Inc. Magazine.

Winning Workplaces says a benefit of applying is the opportunity to think about your employee practices in a formal way, to help develop a people strategy that aligns with your business strategy.

Learn more about Top Small Company Workplaces 2010 by reading Winning Workplaces' FAQ at: http://www.winningworkplaces.org/topsmallbiz/2010/faq.php

3 comments:

Mark said...

Thanks for blogging about our top small company workplaces award, Stephen!

Stephen M. Frey said...

Mark, Thanks checking out my blog. I hope things are going very well for Winning Workplaces.

Have you noticed any interesting physical design trends involving office space design among your recent 2010 Top Small Company Workplaces you'd like to share with me?

I'd be very curious. For example, what percent of your recently showcased 2010 companies incorporate some level of green design or green operational thinking in their workplace facilities? Do they know what LEED buildings are and the potential value adds to their bottom line of working in green workplaces?

Thanks again, Steve

Stephen M. Frey said...

Mark, Thanks for checking out my blog. I hope things are going very well for Winning Workplaces. You are part of an inspiring program!

Have you noticed any interesting physical design trends involving office space design among your recent 2010 Top Small Company Workplaces you'd like to share with me?

I'd be very curious. For example, what percent of your recently showcased 2010 companies incorporate some level of green design or green operational thinking in their workplace facilities? Do they know what LEED buildings are and the potential value adds to their bottom line of working in green workplaces?

Thanks again, Steve