A provider of health IT, life sciences, public safety, and grants management solutions, Dovel Technologies announced it has been named to The Washington Post’s annual “Top Workplaces” list.
The Washington Post ranks the top 200 best places to work in the Washington, D.C., area based on employee ratings.
“Being recognized as a top place to work by our employees is a true testament to Dovel’s culture,” said Dovel CEO Damon Griggs.
“Our team has been resilient amid the pandemic and continues to offer unparalleled service to our customers whose missions improve, protect, and save lives,” he continued. “The quality of our organization is a direct result of the quality of our people, and I couldn’t be more proud to work alongside our talented, diverse team.”
Despite the challenges of 2020, Dovel earned new work within federal health and civilian agencies and won positions on additional contract vehicles. At the onset of the pandemic, Dovel enacted a Response Team to manage policy changes, communications and respond to employee concerns.
Throughout the last year, the company added benefits and support services, offering wellness programs, enhanced paid leave program, increased professional development lunch-and-learns, certifications and more.