The Washington Post Names Noblis to “Top Workplaces” List, Third Year in a Row

Jean Cain, Noblis

Jean Cain, Noblis

Science, technology, and strategy services provider, Noblis, Inc. was named to The Washington Post’s annual “Top Workplaces” list for the third consecutive year. The Washington Post ranked them 5th on this list.

Jean Cain, Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer stated, “At Noblis, we are committed to making our company a great place to work. Being recognized as a ‘Top Workplace’ is a true honor and a testament to our culture.”

Leader in organizational health research, Workplace Dynamics conducts this survey which is solely based on employee feedback. The “Top Workplaces” program aims to recognize employers that excel at organizational health and workplace engagement.

Noblis, which now includes the two wholly owned subsidiaries; Noblis ESI and Noblis NSP has increased employment from 600 employees in 2012 to now over 1,000 employees. It has received recognition as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute, one of the Best Small and Medium Workplaces by the Great Place to Work Institute, and by Glassdoor as one of “The Best Medium Places to Work”.

Amr ElSawy, President and CEO of Noblis stated, “Noblis employs highly skilled individuals dedicated to finding meaningful solutions for challenging science and technology problems. Our focus is on delivering best value solutions to our government clients. We have created a dynamic workplace with a highly engaged workforce and invested in outstanding technical capabilities to deliver results for our nation. We are proud to be recognized as a ‘Top Workplace’.

Related:  Ellen McCarthy Named President of Noblis NSP

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