Extract from Crain's New York Business' article "Best Places to Work 2018"
Congratulations to the 100 companies that made our 11th annual list of the Best Places to Work in New York City. In partnership with Best Companies Group, Crain’s surveyed more than 20,000 employees, who answered a confidential survey covering topics such as working conditions, benefits and corporate culture. The results were evaluated alongside responses from a separate survey of employers. The firms represented here span a range of industries, including accounting, engineering, finance, law and tech. But they all share a commitment to creating a supportive, collegial and empowering workplace. These companies will come together for a celebratory luncheon on Nov. 30 and the final ranking of the top 100 will be announced in print and online Dec. 3.
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