Washingtonian Magazine Names Eagle Hill Consulting a 2011 “Great Place to Work”
Cites Company’s Dynamic Culture, Commitment to Employees among Key Strengths
Mclean, Virginia November 15, 2011, Eagle Hill Consulting, a management consulting firm specializing in strategy, change management, organization and process design, was named to Washingtonian magazine’s “2011 Great Places to Work” list for the third time in a row, in the magazine’s November issue. “This recognition speaks to the commitment that Eagle Hill has to its employees and its clients,” said Melissa Jezior, founder and president of Eagle Hill Consulting. “Eagle Hill is committed to creating a dynamic culture and fostering that spirit in their employees, and it shows year after year” concluded Jezior.
This year's 50 winning workplaces were chosen on the basis of several measures, including generous pay and benefits, challenging and interesting work, great work/life balance, opportunities to learn and grow, financial stability, commitment to charity and community, and the recognition and respect given to employees. Each employer was evaluated against the prior criteria with the final determinations relying heavily on the results from an employee survey that excluded the leadership team.
This is the seventh time the Washingtonian magazine has chosen Great Places to Work in the Washington, DC area. The feature is published every two years and dates back to 1999. Among the Washingtonian's 50 winning workplaces, there was a mix of small and large organizations as well as various industries ranging from trade associations, government agencies, information-technology firms, government contractors, nonprofits, and law firms.