Eagle Hill Consulting named by Washingtonian Magazine as a 2013 “Great Place to Work”
Arlington, Va. November 22, 2013
Eagle Hill Consulting LLC, a boutique, woman-owned management consulting firm, is pleased to announce that it was named to Washingtonian magazine’s “2013 Great Places to Work” list for the fourth time in a row, in the magazine’s December issue.
“This recognition speaks to our commitment to being an organization centered on people” said Melissa Jezior, President and CEO of Eagle Hill Consulting. “By investing in our people, we empower them to excel in their work with clients.”
“Our employees are smart, open-minded people who bring years of consulting experience with larger firms, but have chosen to work in a more flexible and entrepreneurial environment,” Jezior said. “We are passionate about our work and highly satisfied - and find time to have fun and make friends along the way.”
This year's 50 winning workplaces were chosen on the basis of such measures as: 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.
This is the eighth time the Washingtonian has chosen Great Places to Work in the Washington, DC area. The feature dates back to 1999; it is published every other year.
Among The Washingtonian's 50 winning workplaces, there are a mix of sizes (from an organization of 19 employees to one with more than 70,000), as well as industries ranging from government agencies, information-technology firms, government contractors, nonprofits, and more.