TOLEDO, Ohio, December 9, 2019 – SSOE Group (www.ssoe.com), a global project delivery firm for architecture, engineering, and construction management is proud to announce they’ve been named among the 2019 “Best Companies to Work For”, “Best Paying Companies”, and “Most Diverse Companies” in Toledo by Zippia.
SSOE offers its U.S.-based employees an extensive list of benefits programs and perks as well as competitive salaries that contributed to the firm being named among the “Best Companies to Work For” and “Best Paying Companies”. These programs and perks include: flexible work arrangements, buy / sell PTO (paid time off) option to buy up to 40 hours of additional PTO or to sell up to 80 hours of PTO, subsidized gym memberships, tuition reimbursement, and a 401(k) plan that matches 50% of employee contributions up to 6%.
Additionally, recent focus on diversity and inclusion within the firm helped contribute to the firm being named among the “Most Diverse Companies”. They’ve performed company-wide training on diversity and inclusion, participated in programs like “Hiring Our Heroes”, actively employing more than 60 veterans at their various office locations, have increased their number of female co-op / interns hired for full-time positions by 6% over the past year, and have focused their charitable efforts in areas that help create a diverse pipeline entering the AEC field.
“We use government and proprietary data to find the best companies to work for in America” said Chris Kolmar, VP of Marketing and Co-Founder of Zippia. “Our analysis is based on data points that employees really care about, like how well a job pays. We’d like to congratulate SSOE on being one of the “Best Companies to Work For” in Toledo.”
Zippia hand-curates lists of the best companies to work for headquartered in and around Toledo, Ohio. The goal of their “Best Companies To Work For” Rankings is to provide accurate, comparable, and actionable evaluations of companies. They rely on data over opinion when it comes to understanding companies. Sources of data include the BLS, Federal Election Commission, and their own proprietary collection of resumes and job data. Additionally, they hand curate the resulting list to remove any potentially inconsistent data. All the data are scored and standardized to location and job title so that each company is comparable. We then assign each company into a potential group based on its size. Note that a company can belong to multiple classifications.