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Best Place to Work Nomination

Friday, October 13th, 2017 4:26:43 PM

ComfortCare Homes is proud to make the finalist list for the 2017 Best Place to Work sponsored by the Wichita Business Journal.  Announcement of finalist was made in the Journal this week.

The nomination process required that the majority of the staff had to complete a personal and confidential survey about the workplace.


Bill Roy

Forty companies in the Wichita area are finalists in the 2017 Best Places to Work program.

The companies, broken out into small-, medium- and large-company categories, scored highest among all nominated businesses in a survey of their employees.

The finalists announced here are listed in alphabetical order, not according to scores. The scoring, and the overall category winners, will be revealed at an awards luncheon in December at the Hyatt Regency Wichita hotel.

The Best Places to Work program got its start in Wichita back in 2004.

When companies are nominated for the award, they agree to have their employees take a survey conducted by Quantum Workplace. Quantum then shares the results of the survey with the Wichita Business Journal.

The small-company category includes businesses with 10 to 24 employees. The medium category includes companies with 25 to 99 employees and the large category includes companies with 100 or more employees.

2017 marks the eleventh year the WBJ has presented the Best Places to Work Awards. In that time the program has recognized 180 separate companies.

The 2017 Best Places to Work Awards are sponsored by The Kansas Chamber and by Cox Business.

Watch WichitaBusinessJournal.com/events for more information about the luncheon.




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