The way we work will never be the same. But if the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we’re more adaptable than we think.
Employers across Tampa Bay have faced an onslaught of challenges over the last two-plus years: work-from-home to hybrid models, the Great Resignation, supply chain issues and inflation. Despite these obstacles, many across the bay area are stronger than ever.
This year, the Tampa Bay Times named 101 Top Workplaces. We heard from companies large and small all across the region, which reported strength and resilience as they emerged from the pandemic to stronger bonds formed among their employees. It was heartening to hear, after such an uncertain period.
For the past 13 years, the Times has conducted a Top Workplaces survey. We invite employers and employees to nominate their place of business as one of the best places to work in Tampa Bay. It’s time to nominate employers for 2023.
We received a record number of nominations last year: nearly 36,000 local employees agreed to take part in rating their places of business. From their surveys, we selected 101 employers as Top Workplaces, including 19 companies that made the list for the first time.
These employees work at highly rated nonprofits, government agencies, small businesses and large corporations. They were eager to share their experiences with us.
Now’s the time to nominate your employer for the 14th Tampa Bay Times Top Workplaces award program. Any organization with 50 or more employees in the Tampa Bay area is eligible to participate. Workplaces are evaluated by their employees using a short 24-question survey. Companies will be surveyed through November.
The Times partners with Energage to be our research partner on the project.
Submit a company name at tampabay.com/nominate. You can call as well at (727) 498-5578. The deadline is Sept. 30.