STS awarded “2019 Best Places to Work” by the Washington Business Journal

Each year, the Washington Business Journal (WBJ) celebrates the area’s leading employers that go beyond the norm to foster an enjoyable and meaningful work environment for their employees. Simple Technology Solutions was honored in the medium size category (25-49 employees).

The Selection Process:

Simple Technology Solutions (STS) was selected as one of the “2019 Best Places to Work” based on specific criteria and results from WBJ’s employee survey. The questionnaire  evaluated team effectiveness, individual contribution, retention, people practices and employee alignment with company goals (among many other qualifiers).

What sets STS apart?

At STS, our employees’ development and growth is supported through a culture of trust, value and inclusivity. 30 professionals and growing, STS has earned multiple technical and professional certifications to drive our advanced-level industry partnership with Amazon [“Advanced Partner”], Microsoft Azure [“Gold Partner”] and Google Cloud Platform.

A word from Adrian Rich, Principal at STS:

“Our mission at STS is to create an engaging and challenging work environment that gives our employees the opportunity to accelerate their careers, knowledge and performance,” says Adrian Rich, Principal at STS. “We’ve established that employee development is a central part of our identity through our unique apprenticeship program and our collective pursuit of technical and professional certifications. STS is humbled to receive this award and we look forward to building on this success in the future.”

STS Philanthropy:

In addition to fostering a competitive and inclusive learning environment, STS is involved with multiple local programs and nonprofits to give back to the DC community. As our company grows, we will ensure that our corporate philanthropy continue to expand and flourish.

Awards Reception:

The Washington Business Journal will recognize STS at an awards reception on May 16th at MGM National Harbor. The leading companies will also be profiled in the Washington Business Journal.

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