It’s been an amazing year for Glassman Wealth Services as we have been recognized for the second time in 2015 as a Best Place to Work, first by the Washington Business Journal and now by Washingtonian.
While we have won many industry awards this year, we are most proud of our Best Places to Work awards from the Washington Business Journal and Washingtonian.
In May, the Washington Business Journal gave us the top spot as their #1 choice of Best Places to Work from hundreds of applicants in the small company category. Washingtonian also receives hundreds of applications for their Best Places to Work and selects their top 50 companies based on those responses and an employee survey.
While vacation time, health care benefits and support of charitable endeavors are very important to a successful workplace; none of those benefits are as significant as having a culture that promotes happy, thriving employees.
“I could not be more proud of the smart, passionate people at Glassman Wealth. From the very beginning, I wanted this firm to be an exciting place to work where everyone has the freedom and support to thrive both professionally and personally. Being recognized as the number one Best Place to Work by the Washington Business Journal and Washingtonian’s Best Places to Work in the same year, well, for me there is no greater achievement,” said Barry Glassman, president of Glassman Wealth.
Barry believes in celebrating successes big and small. From hosting an employee trip to the BMW plant in Greenville, S.C. to race BMW’s on a closed race course, to giving out special bottles of wine to employees on a fairly regular basis, company and individual successes are recognized and celebrated.
Glassman Wealth has a lot to of reasons to celebrate this year, and we would like to take this time to thank our clients, our employees, our friends and our community for the confidence you have in us and for your unwavering support.
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