The process began by soliciting self-nominations from interested organizations that had more than 15 employees and a Christian mission. A high percentage of employees in these organizations were asked to fill out an online survey composed of 66 questions that covered their company's people practices; organizational leaders separately provided detailed profiles of their human resource practices.
An independent panel of judges weighed together the averages from the employee scores, the participation rates of every organization's employees in the survey, and information from the management profiles in order to select this year's list of The Best Christian Places to Work. The judges were not told the organizations' identities in order to ensure an unbiased result.
This Year's Panel of Judges:
CEO of the Leadership Resource Group
President and CEO of the Christian Management Association
President of Christ@Work
Last year's Best Workplaces survey included:
Inside CT: Great Places to Work | There is indeed much to praise and imitate in the Christian companies. (Feb. 28, 2003)
The 40 Best Christian Places to Work | What makes them so good? (Hint: Not money) (Feb. 28, 2003)
The Complete List & A Closer Look at the Top Finalists | Christianity Today salutes four finalists in ten categories. (Feb. 28, 2003)
Best Christian Places to Work: Co-CEO Synergy | Sharing leadership works at Christian Medical and Dental Associations. (March 03, 2003)
Best Christian Places to Work: Rigorous Hiring | Group Publishing places importance on ...1
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