Centric Consulting honored as a ‘Best Place to Work’ in Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award

Centric Consulting — which launched the Seattle Business Unit in Redmond this year and now has more than 70 employees — has been honored with a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, recognizing the Best Places to Work in 2016.

  • Tuesday, December 22, 2015 10:54am
  • Business

Centric Consulting — which launched the Seattle Business Unit in Redmond this year and now has more than 70 employees — has been honored with a Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, recognizing the Best Places to Work in 2016.

Centric Consulting was ranked the No. 15 SMB place to work nationwide.

“Centric’s success is driven largely by the commitment of our employees to create unmatched experiences for our clients and each other,” said Centric President Larry English. “This award is a tremendous honor and great recognition of that commitment.”

On Glassdoor, employees rate their satisfaction with the company overall and key workplace factors such as career opportunities, compensation, benefits, work/life balance, senior management, as well as culture and values.

“Centric strives to be an open and transparent company,” said Carmen Fontana, Centric’s national talent acquisition manager. “The feedback we receive from reviews on Glassdoor give us great insight into what we should continue to do and where there are opportunities to improve. We read each review and take all feedback into consideration so we can be a ‘Best Place to Work’ that continues to get better.”

Glassdoor co-founder and CEO Robert Hohman added, “Everyone wants a job and company they love. Programs like the Employees’ Choice Awards allow us to honor employers that stand out for their efforts in providing an enjoyable work environment and culture.”

Centric Consulting is a business consulting and technology solutions firm providing full-service consulting services. Centric’s consultants help clients tackle their toughest business challenges with innovative, balanced, and measurable solutions.

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