Top Workplaces

Time is running out to brag on your workplace

Randy Tooker (center), a field service manager, reacts during a training meeting at Morris-Jenkins Heating and Air, the No. 1 midsize company in the 2016 Top Workplaces program.
Randy Tooker (center), a field service manager, reacts during a training meeting at Morris-Jenkins Heating and Air, the No. 1 midsize company in the 2016 Top Workplaces program. WWW.MICZEKPHOTO.COM

Time is running out to nominate your company for recognition as a Charlotte Observer Top Workplace.

Now in its third year, our program honors companies in three categories - large, midsize and small companies. Last year’s No. 1 ranking companies were Charlotte Eye Ear Nose and Throat Associates in the large category, midsize Morris-Jenkins Heating & Air, and web and app developer Skookum in the small-company sector.

Anyone can nominate a business. WorkplaceDynamics, the Observer’s partner in the survey, will contact the nominated organizations. The deadline to nominate is May 19. The region’s Top Workplaces will be revealed both online and in a special print section publishing Oct. 1, and honored at a celebration on Sept. 28.

To nominate a company, go to www.charlotteobserver.com/nominate, or call 704-954-8760.

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