“At Suntiva, we provide opportunities for employees to be heard, to make a difference, and to personally impact the business,” said Suntiva president and CEO Hany Malik. “Our employees truly love the work they do and are passionate about helping our clients transform their organizations and businesses to improve mission achievement by connecting people, process and technology. I’m a firm believer that our employees are the core to our success!”
Companies were chosen based on a range of criteria, including generous pay and benefits, interesting and meaningful work, great work/life balance, opportunities to learn and grow, financial stability, commitment to charity and community, and the recognition and respect given to employees. Final award determinations relied heavily on scores given by a company’s employees.
This is the 10th time Washingtonian magazine has showcased “Great Places to Work” in the Washington, D.C. area. The feature is published every other year and dates back to 1999. Winning 2017 workplaces range from a firm of 10 employees to a corporation with more than 80,000, and include information technology companies, government agencies, government contractors, nonprofits and more.