The Star Tribune stated “In a survey by WorkplaceDynamics, Minnesota ranked first among 45 regions surveyed on workplace satisfaction. The survey focused on components of well-being, like relationships, positive feelings and a sense of meaning.” As shared, Intertech landed the #6 slot in the 50-150 employee category. When asked why I thought Minnesota as a state landed in the top slot, I shared my thoughts in the article “What is it about Minnesota that makes it a top place to work?”
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For the 11th time, Intertech was named one of the best places to work in Minnesota by The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. My thanks to the Business Journal for supporting our local business community and to our solid customers and dedicated employees for making us possible.
The Business Journal released names of the winners in a video. The rankings will be released at an event in August.
My thanks to our employees and customers for making us possible and for landing us in the #6 slot on the Star Tribune’s Top 150 Places to Work in Minnesota in the 50-150 employee category.
In 2000, we were named to the Inc. 500 (one of the 500 fastest growing private firms in America). In an interview with the Star Tribune, I shared four guidelines for success in business and life. Here they are in no particular order… do what you say, finish what you start, be on time, and say please and thank you. While many things are required for success, consistently omit one of the previous four, and success will be an uphill battle.