17 Jun The Washington Post Names Good360 a 2022 Top Washington-Area Workplace for a Second Consecutive Year
Alexandria, VA, June 17, 2020—Good360, the global leader in product philanthropy and purposeful giving, has been named one of The Washington Post’s 2022 Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area for the second year in a row. Selection is based solely on employee feedback gathered through an anonymous third-party survey administered by research partner Energage, LLC, which measured several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection. This year’s honorees include government contractors, real estate firms, health service providers, and tech companies.
“The Post’s Top Workplaces list is now in its ninth year and continues to highlight the companies in the Washington-area that employees deem to be leaders in company satisfaction and engagement,” said Washington Post Top Workplaces editor Dion Haynes. “Each year, the leaders at these companies are commended for their leadership and collegiality, qualities which have increased in importance to employees with the last few years of heightened transition and change.”
Good360’s mission is to close the need gap by partnering with socially responsible companies to source highly needed donated goods and distribute them through its vast network of more than 100,000 diverse nonprofits. In doing so, Good360 opens opportunity for those in need, for the nonprofits that support them, and for companies that donate the goods, all while keeping usable items out of landfills. In 2021, the most impactful year in Good360’s 38-year-history, the organization distributed more than $1 billion in essential items to 14 million people in need.
“I am so proud of what our small but mighty team is able to accomplish year after year, and to once again be named a Washington Post Top Workplace during this time of unprecedented need is a testament to the outstanding people we are fortunate to call Good360 team members,” said Romaine Seguin, Good360’s CEO.
The Washington Post hosted an awards ceremony on Thursday, June 16 to recognize the top-ranked companies. For more about The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces and to see the full list of this year’s honorees, click here.
Good360’s mission is to close the need gap by partnering with socially responsible companies to source highly needed donated goods and distribute them through its diverse network of more than 100,000 vetted nonprofits. In doing so, Good360 opens opportunity for those in need, for the nonprofits that support them, and for companies that donate the goods, all while keeping usable items out of landfills. Good360 has distributed more than $12 billion in donated goods thanks to corporate donors such as Advance Auto Parts, Amazon, American Eagle Outfitters, CVS Health, Gap, Inc., Levi Strauss & Company, Mattel, Tempur Sealy International, and UPS. Good360 is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Learn more at https://www.good360.org.
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About Energage, LLC
Headquartered in Exton, Pa., Energage (formerly known as WorkplaceDynamics) is a leading provider of technology-based employee engagement tools that help leaders to unlock potential, inspire performance, and achieve amazing results within their organizations. The research partner behind the Top Workplaces program, Energage has surveyed more than 47,000 organizations representing well over 16 million employees in the United States.