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Ergodyne Wins Fifth ‘Best Place to Work’ Award From MSP Business Journal

For the 5th time, Ergodyne has been named the Best Place to Work by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. Moving up this year into the Medium-sized company (50-250 Minnesota employees) group of honorees, Ergodyne is one of 15 companies honored in this category.

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 year saw a record number of company nominations, with over 350 companies all vying for the Best Place to Work title in four business-size categories: Extra-Small, Small, Medium, and Large.

Companies are each awarded an individual score and Ergodyne will find out where they ranked within their category at an awards banquet to be held in August. The company finds itself in the winner circle for the fifth time due to a culture that truly lives into the company’s motto to Make the Workplace a Betterplace™. With unlimited PTO, on-site yoga, a relaxed dress code, flexible work schedules and numerous company events each month, all on top of a company culture that values creativity, communication and results, the company continues its residency on the list of one of Minnesota’s Best Places to work.

“We have a great culture here and we all work hard to maintain it. Because we know that to continue to grow and attract top talent, we need to have a culture to support those brilliant and talented individuals, to make them want to come to work and do their very best,” says Tom Votel, president & CEO, Ergodyne. “We found something that works for us…which is basically just acting like grown adults and living by the Golden Rule, so not exactly a wild notion, but it’s something that has served us really well in the past and will continue to as we look to the future.”

Ergodyne,www.ergodyne.com

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