Search Influence Receives 2021 New Orleans Top Workplaces Award from The Times-Picayune and The New Orleans Advocate
June 30th, 2021 by
For the second year in a row, Search Influence has been named a winner of the New Orleans Top Workplaces Award by The Times-Picayune and The New Orleans Advocate. Search Influence is among a list of 70 independently selected private, public, non-profit and government entities selected for the 2021 awards. The rankings of the companies in their respective categories will be announced at an awards ceremony later this year.
Top Workplaces awards are based solely on feedback captured from one, five-minute employee engagement survey. There are no subjective elements to the process, making Top Workplaces the most credible, authentic employer recognition program. Any organization in the seven-parish metro area with 35 or more employees was eligible to compete this year.
Search Influence prioritizes its company culture, embedding its values into communication, client work, and internal recognition and evaluation. The company weaves these values into their recruitment process, which ensures that all who join align with Search Influence’s vision.
Search Influence’s core values spell CHARGED:
The trend from last year’s survey continued, with the team emphasizing transparency and culture as two key reasons they appreciate working at Search Influence. Team members responded positively about the support they receive from managers to learn and grow, as well as their manager’s care for their concerns. Additional aspects of the company highly rated by employees include: interdepartmental cooperation, appreciation of fellow teammates and the encouragement of new ideas.
“We are very pleased to be included in Top Workplaces for the second year in a row,” said Search Influence CEO and Co-founder Will Scott, “We value Top Workplaces because the award and rankings are based on empirical data. In a year which has been so hard for so many, we’re glad to know our team still felt like they were both challenged and supported.”
This is the seventh year of the New Orleans award, which is facilitated by Energage, a third-party company who conducts a quantitative and qualitative assessment of nominated organizations.