The Las Vegas Business Press and Review-Journal have partnered with research company, Energage, to present the 2020 Nevada Top Workplaces awards.
Employers can participate as long they have at least 35 employees in Nevada. The company can be public, private, nonprofit or a government organization. Anyone can nominate an employer by visiting topworkplaces.com/nevada. Nominations will be taken through Nov. 29.
“Our research shows organizations that earn the award attract better talent, experience lower turnover and are better equipped to deliver bottom-line results,” said Doug Claffey, founder of Energage, which is based in Exton, Pennsylvania.
After a company is nominated, Energage will survey its employees anytime from November through February. Workplaces are evaluated by their employees using a short, 24-question survey. Call 702-608-4829 for more information.
Participation in the process is free. There is no cost for nominations or for the survey. Each company will receive a free copy of the survey results from Energage.
After five years, Las Vegas Business Press and Review-Journal have brought back Nevada’s Top Workplaces, which had a brief run in 2013 and 2014 with the newspaper. For the 2020 awards, the Las Vegas Business Press is working closely with Energage to make sure all of our Las Vegas Valley businesses know about the benefits of this process. The research firm conducts Top Workplaces surveys for 50 major metro newspapers and surveyed 2.6 million employees at more than 7,500 organizations in 2018.
“We are glad the Business Press, which has more than 38 years of working with the Las Vegas business community, can be a part of this project,” said Senior Director of Advertising Tom Heaton, who is heading up the campaign. “It’s a great way for our business journal, which is a digital publication, to take a step back into print.”
When the number crunching is over and the winners have been selected, an awards ceremony will be held in May or June. Those companies that have been selected as Top Workplaces, based on the survey feedback of its employees will be featured in a special section in the Las Vegas Review-Journal in mid-2020.