Dev Technology recognized as a Top Workplace 5 Years in a row

The Washington Post named Dev Technology as a Top Workplace based on the results of employee surveys.

Dev Technology has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplaces honor by The Washington Post based solely on the results of an employee feedback survey. This is the fifth year in a row that Dev Technology has received this designation—receiving the award every year the survey has been run.

The Washington Post partners with Energage, an employee research and consulting firm, to survey employees and determine the Washington area’s Top Workplaces. Overall, 2,807 employers in the region were invited to take the survey. The survey included questions covering how employees view their job, the quality of leadership, pay and benefits practices, work-life balance, and more.  Employees share why they feel Dev Technology is a top workplace.

“The company does not stay still. We continue to evolve with our growth, and to challenge what we’ve done in the past to ensure we are always improving.”

“I’ve always felt that Dev Technology puts its ethics and values ahead of the bottom line. I know that if I see something that isn’t right, I can bring it to management and it will be dealt with appropriately. I’ve always felt more like a family member then an employee.”

“Everyone from the top all the way down clearly wants to do good work. Everyone cares about what they make; it’s about making the lives of people who serve our country easier. It’s really important to me to be around people who care about what they do every day.”

“With the workforce we have, the sky’s the limit.”

“The managers truly listen to their employees and encourage their input.”

“I never feel like I can’t ask a question or express my point of view.”

“We are excited to receive this award for the fifth year in a row,” stated Kendall Holbrook, Dev Technology CEO. “We care deeply about maintaining the employee-centric culture Dev Technology was founded on, and we consider this award an excellent indicator of employee satisfaction.”

Anna Wahl, Dev Technology Director of Human Resources, added “I am filled with pride to be a part of one of the most employee-centric leadership teams I have ever been a part of in my career.”

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