Best Places to Work nomination form

Business keeps getting better in Mississippi. Nominate your company today.

ELIGIBILITY
The program is open to all companies who meet the following criteria:
• Be a for-profit or not-for-profit business.
• Be a publicly or privately held business.
•  Have a facility in Mississippi.
•  Have at least 15 full-time employees in Mississippi. (Seasonal,
temporary or contract workers do not participate in surveys.)
•  Be in good standing with the Mississippi Secretary of State.

AWARD CATEGORIES
Based on the survey scores, three top winners will be named in each
of four size categories.
• Mega-Large Companies (500 or more employees)
• Large Companies (200 – 499 employees)
• Medium Companies (50 – 199 employees)
• Small Companies (15 minimum to 49 employees)

PARTICIPATION DETAILS
The award winners and finalists will emerge through their employees’ participation in an anonymous multiple-choice online survey or paper survey (if needed) that is administered in strict confidentiality by our partner, Southern Research Group.

At the end of the survey period, Southern Research Group will look at the data from all companies that participated and met the criteria to determine the rankings. Winners will then be revealed to the program administrators at the Mississippi Business Journal.

If you have any questions about this project please call (601) 364-1000 or email events@msbusiness.com

Best Places to Work Nomination form

Nominate Your Company as a Best Place to Work This event will rank companies doing business in the area according to how well they treat their most important asset- their employees. Eligible companies must have a human resource office in Mississippi and have operated here at least one calendar year.

 

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