Want to know what makes a great company? More than 30,000 local employees told us the secrets. Meet some of the workers and the three winners. They are all a part of the Tampa Bay's Top 100 Workplaces.
What nuggets of wisdom are hiding in the year's Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces report, a metrowide ranking of 100 top workplaces? This is the Times' seventh annual look at what some companies, big and small, are doing better than others in this area to instill in their employees a real sense of mission and …
To say T-Mobile's batting 2 for 2 this year is an understatement.
Phishing. Ransomware. CEO fraud. ¶ These are the cybersecurity scams awash in the world start-up company KnowBe4 was created to defend against. Its business — providing security awareness training to banks, businesses and organizations — is booming as hacker attacks continue to …
Florida may not be known for its manufacturing industry, but two companies in the Tampa Bay area are making a mark with clients, due in part to their employees. Both companies make electronic components used in a wide variety of products.
Working in an environment where terminal or degenerative diseases are commonplace is not an easy task, but employees at two such Tampa-area facilities — Gulfside Hospice and Pasco Palliative Care in Land O'Lakes and H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa — maintain professionalism while …
A stronger economy is good news for workers, offering more employment options. But business leaders are likely to face some daunting HR challenges in 2016 if they haven't already.
Ever dream of working in the hospitality industry in Florida? It's not always what it's cracked up to be in advertisements, but for those working in a few select hotels, it can be fun and rewarding, according to this year's annual employee workplace survey.
When Bay Area Legal Services chief Richard C. Woltmann talks about the skills he looks for in new employees, he points to one that he believes sets applicants apart:
A high "emotional IQ."
Tucked away in the back of the gymnasium, Marreen Majer's office is covered with pictures of her students. ¶ There are photos of cheerleading squads she's coached, her former student's newborn child and countless more from weddings and yearbooks and confirmation ceremonies, reminders of nearly a …
Bristol-Myers Squibb's office here is just a sliver of the global pharmaceutical behemoth, but it's not so different from the company as a whole. ¶ The staff of about 450 in Tampa — expected to approach 600 by the end of the year — work in research and development, IT, human resources and finance, among …
Along the hallways at Healthesystems, teams announce their goals on posters and publish metrics that show whether they are meeting them.
As a boy growing up on New York's Long Island, Phil Petresky used to push a lawn mower around his Levittown home.
Jennifer Johnson didn't know what to expect when she walked into an interview at a recruiting event for Topgolf International in November 2014. She did not think she'd spend part of her afternoon dancing to hip hop. "I remember sweating my butt off," said Johnson, 38, who added she spent the better part of the …