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Is your office a Top Workplace?

From left: John Eite, Jasmine Allen and Brittany Dewey with Wyndham Capital Mortgage high-five each other after receiving first place in the midsize companies division during the Top Workplaces reveal event held at the Mint Museum on Sept. 23, 2015.
From left: John Eite, Jasmine Allen and Brittany Dewey with Wyndham Capital Mortgage high-five each other after receiving first place in the midsize companies division during the Top Workplaces reveal event held at the Mint Museum on Sept. 23, 2015. rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

Does your workplace offer great benefits? Do you enjoy working and socializing with your colleagues? Do you have chances to advance at your company?

Yes, yes and yes? Then here is your chance to tell us.

It’s that time of year again: The Charlotte Observer is looking for the region’s best employers to feature in our Top Workplaces special report, which will publish Sept. 25. Any organization with 35 or more employees in the Charlotte metro area is eligible to participate. Workplaces can be in the public, private, nonprofit or government sectors.

Nominations can come from workplaces in this eight-county region: Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Mecklenburg and Union in North Carolina, and Lancaster and York in South Carolina.

As we did last year, we’re teaming with WorkplaceDynamics, a research firm that conducts surveys for more than 40 newspapers, and surveyed nearly 2.5 million employees at more than 6,000 organizations last year.

WorkplaceDynamics will contact nominated businesses and ask to reach out to employees with a short, 22-question survey. Companies will be surveyed during March through May.

The nomination deadline for our 2016 report is April 15.

You can nominate your workplace at http://www.charlotteobserver.com/nominate or by calling 704-954-8760.

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