Analysis Group Repeats in Boston Globe’s “Top Places to Work” Survey
November 07, 2011
Analysis Group has been named to The Boston Globe’s “100 Top Places to Work” for the fourth consecutive year. The firm was ranked 12th among companies with 250 or fewer employees in Massachusetts.
The “Top Places to Work” survey recognizes the most progressive companies in the commonwealth based on employees’ opinions about company leadership, compensation and training, diversity/inclusion, career development, family-friendly flexibility, and values and ethics. Private companies, nonprofits, and publicly held businesses were included in the analysis.
In the article “The Best People for the Job,” which accompanied the survey results, President and CEO Martha Samuelson and several other executives shared their techniques for finding and retaining talented people. “We spend an enormous amount of time on mentoring,” she said. “People are brought in to immediately think that feedback is your friend. It’s meant to make you successful, not label you. I think that people feel like their colleagues are looking out for them. They’re trying to make them get better at skills that have a value in the marketplace.”
Ms. Samuelson and the other roundtable executives were also spotlighted in a series of videos. Analysis Group Manager Brian Ellman was also featured in the Top Places to Work package, discussing "why I love my job."
The rankings are based on survey information collected by Workplace Dynamics, an independent company specializing in employee engagement and retention. To qualify, a company must have more than 100 employees in Massachusetts. The rankings are composite scores calculated purely on the basis of employees’ responses.
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