Toward the end of last year, Comparably released its 2019 workplace awards. Impact was voted tops by employees in four categories, including work-life balance, professional development, leadership teams, and company outlook.
Fast-forward to April 2020, and the workplace and economy look very different indeed, but in a survey conducted that month, our employees gave us another strong vote of confidence. Pacific Coast Business Times released its 2020 Central Coast “Best Places to Work” list, and Impact hit the top-ten among businesses with 30 employees or more.
Every year, the Times list showcases companies in the region that are keeping their employees satisfied based on real feedback from their employees and independent research by the Times. In judging this year’s awards, the Times gave particular attention to the new realities of the workplace. According to the publisher, “honorees have all, in their own way, overcome the challenges of working from home, safe distancing, and adapting to the needs of their employees.”
The survey also takes into account factors like work-life balance, career growth opportunities, capability of management, and company culture.