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Hey Tampa Bay, love your job? Then nominate your employer as a Tampa Bay Times Top Workplace

We are preparing our eighth annual edition of the Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces and are hearing from hundreds of employees at local companies who have shared positive experiences about their jobs.

But we want to hear more.

So please nominate your company as one of Tampa Bay's best places to work. If your company makes the list, it will get the recognition that workplaces that focus on employee well-being and happiness deserve.

The deadline for nominations had been Friday, but we have extended it to Nov. 20.

Here's how it works:

Any employee can nominate an organization. The Times' research partner, Workplace Dynamics, will contact nominated organizations and ask them to participate in a survey.

Workplace Dynamics ranks employers within their size category. The Times doesn't choose the winners — the employees of the companies do.

Any organization — public, private, government or nonprofit — with at least 50 employees in the Tampa Bay area can participate.

A special section with the 100 top workplaces will be published in the spring. It's free to participate, and every organization will get feedback.

To make a nomination, click here or call (727) 498­-5578.

Want to read about last year's Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces? Click here here.

Hey Tampa Bay, love your job? Then nominate your employer as a Tampa Bay Times Top Workplace 10/21/16 [Last modified: Friday, October 21, 2016 1:10pm]
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