Moses Engineers Recognized as 2023 City Business Best Places to Work!

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Announcing the 2023 Best Places to Work

Celebrating its 21st year, the Best Places to Work Program acknowledged eighty-two outstanding organizations for their excellence. Among the honored companies was Moses Engineers, recognized for its exceptional workplace environment. To be eligible, companies submitted detailed nomination forms, disclosing crucial workforce data, including salaries, benefits, retention levels, and employee advancement. The selection process involved an anonymous survey of employees to assess the workplace culture.

The honorees were categorized into Large Companies (250 or more U.S. employees), Medium Companies (50–249 U.S. employees), and Small Companies (10–49 U.S. employees). All selected organizations, including Moses Engineers, will be showcased in a special publication featured in the December 15 issue of CityBusiness. This publication will also spotlight the top three companies in each size category.

The data curation and honoree selection were managed by Best Companies Group, a subsidiary of BridgeTower Media, the parent company of New Orleans CityBusiness. Jaime Zepeda, Executive Vice President of Best Companies Group + COLOR Magazine, emphasized the expertise of Best Companies Group in conducting employee engagement research, recognizing companies that have excelled in establishing high-quality workplaces for their employees.

For eligibility, companies needed a presence in the New Orleans area, a minimum of one year in operation, and at least 15 employees working in the region. Employees from nominated companies participated in an anonymous survey assessing their workplace environment, while companies underwent evaluation through an Employer Questionnaire. The final rankings were determined by combining these two sets of data.

Moses Engineers, along with other exceptional organizations, met or exceeded the minimum response rate on the employee survey, showcasing a commitment to fostering an outstanding workplace environment. The overall score, derived from a blend of the employee survey and the Employer Questionnaire, determined the winners.