STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford consulting firm CBP recently announced that the company was ranked second in the Small Business category in Hearst's Connecticut Top Workplaces.
The firm beat competed against 649 participating companies and 13,000 employees surveyed, according to a news release from CBP. The scoring is based on employee surveys conducted by WorkplaceDynamics.
"CBP is honored to be designated as a Top Workplace by their employees and is sincerely grateful to their team for their dedication; without them their success would not be possible," CBP representatives said in the release. "The culture at CBP is team driven and focused on creating a balanced environment. Team building is a key-part of their organization, focusing on activities that will create stronger working relationships."
Chris Peck, CBP's chief executive officer, said he and his partners Gary Piantedosi and Rob Houghton were "humbled and very proud" to receive the award, according to the release.
"We have worked diligently to create a positive work environment for our employees and build a culture of professionalism, fun and integrity," Peck said in the release. "I believe this award is evidence that our employees see their employment at CBP as more than a place to collect a paycheck. In the end, it’s the client experience that matters, but that’s driven by our employees and their level of satisfaction.”
Hearst Media recently published the complete list of Top Workplaces and to find out more information, residents can visit the contest's website.