IronArch Technology announced June 10 that the company has been named to the Washington Business Journal’s Best Places to work list for 2016 in the small business category. This annual award honors companies that prioritize employee culture and satisfaction. Finalists are chosen through the results of an anonymous employee survey.
“We have worked to build a corporate infrastructure that is both mature in process and fun in practice,” IronArch President Joe Punaro said. “As we grow year over year, we are committed to maintaining a servant leadership approach to ensure our clients get the best counsel and service and our employees feel supported and appreciated.”
IronArch is a three-year-old consultancy and IT services firm focused on the federal government. The company looks to attract and retain top talent by taking on interesting and meaningful projects while maintaining a collegial work environment. Employees participate in a number of company social events including happy hours and sporting events and can receive health club reimbursements. Communication and feedback is a top priority with quarterly newsletters, individual and personal notes from the president, and “stay interviews” that help get the pulse of employees and plot out their path forward with the company. As a Service-Disabled Veteran- Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), IronArch puts a priority on recruiting veterans.
The Best Places to Work finalists were celebrated at a dinner event on June 9 at the Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.