GTI Named a Winner of the Chicago Top Workplaces 2019 Award by the Chicago Tribune
November 8, 2019
GTI has been honored with a Top Workplaces 2019 Award by the Chicago Tribune, which recognizes the best companies in Chicago’s business community. This award is based on employee feedback gathered through a third-party anonymous survey focusing on cultural aspects of the workplace.
A top workplace is described as an organization that is successful because its employees enjoy their work, embrace their mission, and feel like valued teammates. Opportunities for professional growth and being treated with respect are key, in addition to the organization’s total rewards package.
The employee ratings on company leadership, compensation, training, workplace flexibility, and diversity helped GTI earn this recognition as one of the year’s most dynamic and supportive places to work in the Chicagoland area.
“I am honored to work with such innovative and dedicated employees that truly care about the work they do, and the impact they have,” said David Carroll, President and CEO, GTI. “Our employees are our most valuable asset, developing high-impact technologies, technical insight, and training to improve the ways that energy is produced, transported, and used around the world.”
“From concept to commercialization, we take on an array of roles to foster technology innovation and adoption. Passionate and motivated industry experts are achieving successes here that will have a lasting impact on future generations and our planet. We are really proud of our people and their talents, as well as GTI’s engaging and rewarding culture.”
This Chicago Tribune Top Workplaces 2019 award showcases how organizations create and sustain a positive and productive culture and highlights novel ways in which companies and their managers are engaging, motivating, and rewarding employees.
About GTI Energy
GTI Energy is a leading research and training organization. Our trusted team works to scale impactful solutions that shape energy transitions by leveraging gases, liquids, infrastructure, and efficiency. We embrace systems thinking, open learning, and collaboration to develop, scale, and deploy the technologies needed for low-carbon, low-cost energy systems.
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