From Channel 3000
Eight years ago, Madison Magazine’s then-biennial Best Places to Work story concluded that, despite significant changes to the economy, technology and civic leadership, “The fundamentals of a top-notch workplace are standing the test of time.” Those now-familiar fundamentals — trust, management, development, rewards, connection and work-life balance — have informed the Best Places to Work rankings in the ensuing years.
As we again recognize the Best Places to Work, we’re looking not just at the fundamentals themselves, but also at assumptions about the working environments that give those fundamentals value. This includes the spaces where work takes place, the role of workplaces (traditional and otherwise) in a healthy (or health-challenged) society and economy, and even the desire to work itself.
Medium (25-99 employees)