Noblis Ranks 5th in Washington Post’s Top Workplaces List; Jean Cain Comments

Jean Cain
Jean Cain

Noblis has landed the fifth spot on the Washington Post’s annual list of the metropolitan region’s “Top Workplaces” that represents the nonprofit organization’s third consecutive selections.

The science, technology and strategy services provider said Friday Workplace Dynamics gathered employee feedback from companies with a presence in the greater Washington, D.C. area to support the Post’s list.

“Being recognized as a ‘Top Workplace’ is a true honor and a testament to our culture,” said Jean Cain, vice president and chief human resources officer at Noblis,

Noblis has also been named as one of the Ethisphere Institute’s “World’s Most Ethical Companies,” the Great Place to Work Institute’s “Best Small and Medium Workplaces” and Glassdoor’s “Best Medium Places to Work.”

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