NORTH LIBERTY – The Corridor Business Journal (CBJ) is seeking nominations for its 2019 Coolest Places to Work. Honorees will be recognized at an Aug. 27 awards banquet and featured in the Sept. 2 issue of the weekly CBJ. Coolest Places to Work identifies and honors Corridor companies that have created the most engaging and rewarding work environments. Self-nominated companies in Kirkwood’s seven- county region will be selected based on the results of a Worker Satisfaction Survey.
The application process is free and open to all companies with a presence in the Corridor. To submit a nomination, visit http://www.bit.ly/2019Coolest. Nominations are due April 4. After the nomination period has closed, the Skywalk Group will email a Worker Satisfaction Survey to employees and management at each company. At least 60 percent of employees must complete the survey to qualify.
Honorees will be ranked in three categories based on total number of employees – small company (1-20 employees), medium company (21-99) and large company (100+). For more information, contact Lisa Guge at (319) 743-9830 or email@example.com. Honorees will be notified in July.
The top 24 companies’ rankings will be announced at the Coolest Places to Work event, Aug. 27 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Cedar Rapids Convention Complex. The program will feature videos on each company, and the CEO from the No. 1 Coolest Place to Work will share his or her story. For details, visit www.corridorbusiness.com/events.
About Corridor Business Journal:
The Corridor Media Group Inc. (CMG) is a family-owned media company based in North Liberty, Iowa, and the publisher of the Corridor Business Journal (CBJ), a weekly source of comprehensive business coverage for Iowa’s Creative Corridor. CMG also provides custom publishing, digital news, business data, and hosts the region’s most popular corporate and awards-based events. For more information or to subscribe, visit www.corridorbusiness.com.
Contact: Ashley Levitt
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(319) 665-6397, ext. 311