«

»

Dev Technology named as a Top Workplace for the fourth year in a row by The Washington Post

Image of employees at the Washington Post Top Workplaces Award Gala.

Employees enjoyed a night out at the Washington Post Top Workplaces Award Gala

Dev Technology has been awarded a 2017 Top Workplaces honor by The Washington Post based solely on the results of an employee feedback survey.

The Washington Post named Dev Technology as a Top Workplace for the fourth year in a row, which is also every year the survey has been run. Only 34 other companies share this record. The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces list spotlights workplaces with the highest ratings from an employee feedback survey conducted by Workplace Dynamics. The survey included questions covering how employees view their job, the quality of leadership, pay and benefits practices, work-life balance, and more.

Employees were happy to share why they feel Dev Technology is a top workplace:

“If life is in the details, then life is good at Dev Technology. Management cares about people and is tuned in to the big and little picture—the large and small opportunities and amenities, from career growth to a Fun Patrol to giving back to the community—that make you want to come to work every day. The Dev Technology Group culture encourages meaningful work within a positive work environment where diversity, recognition, and opportunities for growth and giving back are embraced. It is made clear from your date of hire that every person is valued and has a purpose that ties into the company’s purpose.” –Annemari Tarsitano, Business Analyst

“Dev Technology Group is a Top Workplace because of the people! I’ve never worked with such a collaborative, supportive, fun-loving, and intelligent group of colleagues. They truly make it fun and rewarding to come to work every day!” –Wanda Pease, Manager, Quality & Operational Excellence

“Dev Technology is a Top Workplace because it’s fun coming to work every day to solve challenging problems with colleagues who you respect and consider friends.” –Adam D’Angelo, Director of Technology

“Dev Technology is a Top Workplace because with every hire and every action, management ensures that maintaining the Dev culture (which is collaborative, supportive and fun) is a top priority. Dev knows how to keep its employees happy and when the employees are happy, the customer is happy!” – Rebecca Blevins, Office Manager & Executive Assistant

This annual survey also provides Dev Technology with useful insights to ensure we are continually evolving to meet the needs of our employees. For example, in a previous year’s survey, many employees stated the desire to have more time off. Shortly after receiving the survey results, Susie Sylvester, Dev Technology CEO, updated the paid time off policy to increase the number of days employees receive after they have been with the company for two years.

Image of employees at the Washington Post Live Center.

Employees gathers for a group shot at the Washington Post Live Center.

“Our culture of exceeding our client expectations while meeting the individual needs of our employees is top priority at our company,” stated Susie Sylvester, CEO. “I love that we are a team that has a passion for our client mission and care about each other to make the most out of our work day. It is an honor to receive the Top Workplaces award for the 4th consecutive year and is validation of our great culture to which each of our employees contribute.”

Anna Wahl, Director of Human Resources stated “I am proud to be a part of a leadership team that is consistently striving to create a work environment that inspires team members to genuinely want to create a rewarding career with us. We are inspired daily by the innovative, collaborative and thoughtful team members that are a part of our organization.”

More information: