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Great Places to Work Application
Nominate your company for our biennial feature. By Sherri Dalphonse
Employees play in the ball pit at LivingSocial, one of our 2011 Great Places to Work. Photograph by Vincent Ricardel.
Comments () | Published February 13, 2013

Washingtonian publishes Great Places to Work every other year; the next article will be published in November 2015.

The Great Places to Work contest is open to any company or nonprofit as long as it has an office in the greater Washington area. In order for a workplace to be considered, one representative of the company is asked to fill out a Great Places to Work application that asks detailed questions about the organization’s benefits, personnel, and policies. (Later, a separate and shorter survey is filled out by employees.) There is no application fee.

If you would like to be notified when the next application is available, in early 2015, please send the name and contact information for the person who should receive the application to sdalphonse@washingtonian.com.

If you would like to get an idea of the questions on the Great Places to Work application, you can see the 2013 application below. Please do not fill this out for submission—the 2015 application may change.

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  • WGS

    when will the 2015 application be available? thank you

  • Adrienne

    In what format is the old survey? The file extension is ".pages". How about putting it in a standard format like .pdf?

  • Jason Heart

    Clearly Great Places to Work does not equate to sustainable/strong business model. For myself, a company's ability to thrive and grow (which would suggest job stability and advancement) should be a significant criterion in determining a Great place to work.

  • kshrestha

    living social recently laid off so many...:(

  • Strange; Living Social isn't one of them!? hahah

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