Traits such as patience, flexibility and an ability to cope with change have been crucial to staying afloat in business during the pasts year for many Utah workers and employers.
So have communication, empathy and understanding — and clearly some bosses have been better at those than others.
How has your employer performed in guiding you and co-workers through it all?
Now marking its 10th anniversary, The Salt Lake Tribune’s annual Utah Top Workplaces contest might be the perfect opportunity to let the world know.
Organizers have now extended their deadline for nominations in the yearly workplace rankings to June 2, so there’s still time.
The annual awards commemorate the state’s best small, medium and large companies based on the opinions of their workers — as gathered and compiled by Energage, a Philadelphia-based technology firm focused on employee engagement and research on improving the workplace.
More than 200 Utah employers have already been put forward. Any workplaces with 35 workers or more in the state can participate, be they public, private, nonprofit or a government agency.
Workers then will evaluate their company via a short 24-question survey from Energage through June, with results published by The Tribune in the fall.
Last year, the worker-engagement firm invited more than 90,000 Utah employees at 209 workplaces — and received 35,664 replies.
Energage conducts similar surveys on behalf of media outlets in 61 markets and reached more than 2 million employees at more than 8,000 organizations in 2022.
Submit your nomination at http://www.sltrib.com/nominate or call 801-803-6841.