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2017 When Work Works Award Winners – District of Columbia

  • Cobec Consulting, Inc. – Washington, DC
    Consulting
    Worksite Employees: 46
    www.Cobec.com
  • GlobalGiving – Washington, DC
    Religious, Grant-Making, Civic, Professional, and Similar Organizations
    Worksite Employees: 53
    www.globalgiving.org
  • William J. Perry Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies – Washington, DC
    Government/Public Administration – Federal
    Worksite Employees: 29
    http://chds.dodlive.mil/
  • Women’s Business Enterprise National Council – Washington, DC
    Educational Services
    Worksite Employees: 26
    www.wbenc.org

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2017 When Work Works Award Winners by Company Name

The When Work Works Award Winners of 2017 are from 44 different states and the District of Columbia. They represent a variety of industries ranging from technology to manufacturing to finance to health care. And all are proving that effective and flexible workplace practices can work in organizations of all sizes.

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2017 When Work Works Award Winners – State Listing

The When Work Works Award Winners of 2017 are from 44 different states and the District of Columbia. They represent a variety of industries ranging from technology to manufacturing to finance to health care. And all are proving that effective and flexible workplace practices can work in organizations of all sizes.

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2016 When Work Works Award Winners – State Listing

The When Work Works Award Winners of 2016 are from 43 different states and the District of Columbia. They represent a variety of industries ranging from technology to manufacturing to finance to health care. And all are proving that effective and flexible workplace practices can work in organizations of all sizes.

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2016 When Work Works Award Winners by Company Name

The When Work Works Award Winners of 2016 are from 43 different states and the District of Columbia. They represent a variety of industries ranging from technology to manufacturing to finance to health care. And all are proving that effective and flexible workplace practices can work in organizations of all sizes.

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Quotes from 2016 When Work Works Winners

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We are delighted to announce that there was a total of 351 workplaces that have won the When Work Works Award. They represent 43 states and the District of Columbia. To learn more, check out this interactive map, which includes winning organizations by state.

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Hear what our winners are saying about winning the
2016 When WorkWorks Award.

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Free Searchable Tool: Guide to Bold New Ideas

Need inspiration to revamp or begin a workplace flexibility program in your organization?

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Search the Guide to Bold New Ideas (GBNI) and discover promising and innovative practices from employers who are making work “work” better for both the bottom line and for employees. You will also learn what top employers in your state or industry are doing to attract and

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What’s Drive-ing Top Employers?

by Eve Tahmincioglu

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One trend among some of the most effective and flexible employers in the nation is their love of Daniel Pink and his book Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us.

In the applications from winners of the most recent When Work Works awards, several employers pointed to the theories behind Pink’s book as key inspiration for More...

Help Climbing Ladder Lacking

Posted on October 27, 2014 by Eve Tahmincioglu
Excerpted from Families and Work Institute

One of the six components of an effective workplace includes opportunities for advancement, but it turns out employers are largely dropping the ball when it comes to career development programs.

A study released today from professional services firm Towers Watson found that …
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