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Ergodyne Named a 2018 Best Place to Work by MSP Business Journal

Ergodyne has been named one of the “Best Places to Work” in the small business category by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, a list that includes companies with 25-49 employees in a wide range of industries across the Twin Cities.

To determine award recipients, the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal conducts an anonymous employee survey regarding their company culture, communication efforts, leadership, benefits and more.

This marks the fourth time the St. Paul-based safety company has made the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal’s annual list. Among other perks, Ergodyne employees enjoy free yoga and a well-equipped gym, a relaxed dress code and flexible work schedules – all within a work culture valuing transparency, creativity, positivity and results.

“At its core, it’s about treating employees like the highly functioning adults they’re trusted to be,” said Tom Votel, President & CEO of Ergodyne. “That means playing nicely with others and all those good things we learned in the sandbox, sure, but also being acutely aware of the business and their role in it, which is why we strive to be radically transparent. Because when those dots are connected, we improve and grow as a company.”

To learn more, email orders@ergodyne.com or call 800-225-8238 // (651) 642-9889.

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