BBB Ind. Makes 2022 ‘Best Companies to Work for’ List

BBB Ind. Makes 2022 ‘Best Companies to Work for’ List

Seventy-five percent of the selection criteria was focused on employee feedback and the employee experience.

BBB Industries, LLC (BBB) was recently named one of the “Best Companies to Work for in Alabama” at an awards ceremony on Dec. 1 in Birmingham, Alabama. The annual program, in its 13th year, was created by Business Alabama magazine and Best Companies Group.

“With 75% of the selection criteria being focused on employee feedback and the employee experience, it makes us particularly proud to be named one of the Best Companies to Work for in Alabama,” said BBB’s CEO Duncan Gillis. “Our company and our culture are special, and we are honored to receive this recognition.”

The Best Companies Group survey and awards program was designed to identify, recognize, and honor the best employers in Alabama, benefiting the economy, workforce, and businesses. Working environment, role satisfaction and the opportunity to contribute to the Company’s overall success were among the characteristics most often mentioned in BBB’s employee survey.

For more information about BBB’s culture and career opportunities, visit the BBB Careers page. 

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