GTI Recognized as a Top Workplace and Ranked in Top Ten for Mid-Size Companies
November 9, 2020
Des Plaines, IL
Annually, the Chicago Tribune puts together a list of the year’s best places to work in Chicagoland. Based on employee feedback, GTI has been identified as one of 2020’s most dynamic and supportive local employers—a Top Workplace—for the second year in a row.
A Top Workplace is an organization that is successful because its staff enjoys their work, embraces their mission, and feels like valued teammates.
The anonymous surveys were conducted after the pandemic had dramatically changed working environments. Through all the health, economic, and social challenges faced this year, maintaining an employee-focused culture is crucial. GTI has not only survived, but has thrived as colleagues connected in new ways.
Issues such as leadership of the company, alignment, execution, and connection were explored, and GTI employees articulated that the organization operates with strong values, the business is headed in the right direction, and leadership encourages innovation, open-mindedness, and different points of view. Cultivating this type of engaging culture builds a robust foundation for the future.
Notes David Carroll, GTI President and CEO, “This Top Places to Work distinction is meaningful because it reflects the extraordinary efforts taken by each member of the GTI team to ensure the continuity and strength of our business. The team’s commitment to our mission, clients, and community creates such an incredible environment at GTI.”
He added, “GTI stands out not only for its meaningful endeavors to shape the transformation of clean energy systems, but also as an enjoyable workplace that emphasizes collaboration, respect, and creativity.”
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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