Originally posted in Columbus Business First
Here are the Best Places to Work for 2019, plus how they keep their people happy
About the program
The Best Places to Work program is open to any company or organization with a Central Ohio office with at least 10 full-time employees.
The honorees are determined through workplace satisfaction surveys administered independently by Omaha, Neb.-based Quantum Workplace.
The awards are being handed out in five categories: extra large companies with at least 250 local employees; large companies with 100 to 249 employees; medium companies with 50 to 99 local employees; small companies with between 25 and 49 workers; and micro companies with 10 to 24.
This is the 15th year for the program.
Company: Two Labs Pharma Services
What specific programs or actions has your company implemented to make it a Best Place to Work: No policies. We hire adults and treat them as such by limiting policies and rules to just those required by law.
Flexible work schedules and locations. Our culture is built on trust. In most cases employees can choose to work from home or the office and can create the schedule that works best for their personal lives and their clients.
No vacation policy. We encourage employees to take time to re-energize an enjoy life outside of work.
Quarterly Engagement Surveys. Two Labs conducts quarterly engagement surveys because keeping a pulse on our organizational health is a company priority. We have fun, often having Friday afternoon happy hours and team lunches.
Office Environment. Our office is open and inviting and encourages collaboration.