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Do you love your job? Do you love your company?

Here's your chance to show it off.

The Tampa Bay Times is accepting nominations for its Top Workplaces 2014 special section.

Can your workplace break into the Top 100? Last year's list included some well-known names like T-Mobile and Capitol One. But it also showcased the talent at Tampa's BKS-Partner, a boutique insurance company, St. John's Episcopal Parish Day School and the Pinellas/Pasco Public Defender's Office, where employees had not received a raise in six years but still loved the work.

Last year, almost 35,000 workers from more 170 companies took the survey. The Times' research partner, Workplace Dynamics, ranks employers within their size category based solely on the employee responses to the survey statements. The Times doesn't choose the winners; the employees of the companies do.

Here are the details:

Any employee from the CEO on down to a part-time worker can nominate an organization. Workplace Dynamics will contact nominated organizations and ask them to participate in a survey.

Any organization — public, private, government or nonprofit — with at least 50 employees in the Tampa Bay area can participate. The deadline to nominate your company is Oct. 25. The special section will publish in the spring.

It is free for your organization to participate, and every organization that participates will receive feedback on its workplace.

To make a nomination, which takes only a minute or two, go to tampabay.com/nominate or call (727) 498-5578.

Nominate your company for the Times' Top Workplaces 09/13/13 [Last modified: Saturday, September 14, 2013 5:30pm]
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