Gold Awarded to Stoneridge Software in MN Business Magazine Best Companies to Work For
Stoneridge Software was the honored recipient of the Best-in-Class Gold Award for midsize companies in Minnesota Business Magazine's 2015 Best Companies to Work For. An awards event celebrating the "100 Best Companies" was held at The Depot Renaissance, Minneapolis on June 4. From the top 100 companies, three award winners were announced in each of the small, midsize and large business categories.
"Stoneridge Software is appreciative of the opportunity to represent gold in the midsize category. We are pleased to be recognized for the second year in a row, this year in a larger division. Our talent is top-notch and we are continually attentive to creating a culture where the team can collaborate, thrive and feel connected to each other and the company. It's great to get this kind of tangible recognition of those efforts from the employees themselves." said Stoneridge Software President Eric Newell.
Survey results showed the company is lauded for being an employee-focused company where employees feel valued and empowered to be creative and speak their opinions.
Companies nominated for the award were evaluated and selected by an independent research firm using a variety of procedures to determine which companies in Minnesota "excel in the areas of work environment, employee benefits and overall employee happiness." Research techniques included an anonymous online questionnaire filled out by the employees at each company.
In 2014 Stoneridge Software was awarded Silver in the small business category.
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