netlogx Named a Best Places to Work in Indiana Company for 2020
Woman-led tech pioneer among top small companies to work for in the state
(INDIANAPOLIS, March 6, 2020) — netlogx, a highly-awarded, two-decade-old consulting services company, has made the list as one of the Best Places to Work in Indiana for the sixth time – fifth year consecutively. This is the 15th year for the annual program created by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Best Companies Group.
Truly an agile environment, netlogx encourages team members to develop innovative ideas that advance workplace culture. Employee feedback has helped establish professional development initiatives like the Fast Track program, which gives workers the chance to learn every aspect of the company’s operations. Fast Track graduates are equipped to address complex issues in any department for the company’s private and public sector clients.
“We are so happy to be recognized for a sixth time as one of the best workplaces in Indiana,” said Audrey Taylor, CEO and founder of netlogx. “This award is a testament to the work of our leadership team, who are dedicated to maintaining a welcoming, positive environment where employees feel confident to share opinions and ideas. The culture at netlogx really empowers our employees to live their best lives and work to achieve maximum career potential.”
Specific company rankings will be unveiled April 30, 2020 at an awards dinner at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis, sponsored by Ivy Tech Community College.
To be considered for participation, companies had to fulfill the following eligibility requirements:
- Be a for-profit, not-for-profit business or government entity
- Be a publicly or privately held business
- Have a facility in Indiana
- Have at least 15 full-time employees working in Indiana
- Be in business a minimum of one year
Winners were selected from four categories: small companies, the category netlogx has been selected for, which is comprised of between 15 and 74 U.S. employees; medium companies of between 75 and 249 U.S. employees; large companies of between 250 and 999 U.S. employees; and major companies with 1,000 or more U.S. employees. Out-of-state parent companies were eligible to participate if they met the 15 full-time employee threshold in Indiana.
To determine the Best Places to Work in Indiana, companies from across the state entered a two-part survey process. The first aspect consisted of evaluating each nominated company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems, and demographics. This part of the process was worth approximately 25% of the total evaluation. The second part consisted of an employee survey to measure the employee experience and accounted for some 75% of the total evaluation. The combined scores determined the top companies and the final rankings.