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Al. Neyer named a 2022 Best Places to Work honoree in Nashville

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Wednesday April 27, 2022

Al. Neyer named a 2022 Best Places to Work honoree in Nashville

Al. Neyer was named a 2022 Best Places to Work honoree in Nashville by the Nashville Business Journal! Since opening as a new Al. Neyer market in 2015, the 100% employee-owned design-build developer has stepped into the Music City spotlight.

From The Nashville Business Journal:

The Nashville Business Journal is once again excited to announce our 2022 Best Places to Work.

These are the companies with positive work environments, bosses who inspire their teams and the ability to have fun while finding success across all parts of the business.

To assemble the list, nominations were accepted from the public, and employees of nominated companies were asked to complete an online survey conducted by Quantum Workplace. The employee survey measures 10 key engagement categories, including team effectiveness, trust in senior leaders and manager effectiveness. Responses from each question of each completed survey are compiled and evaluated. Companies are ranked and winners are chosen in each size category by their composite score.

Visit our Newsroom to learn more about Al. Neyer’s company culture and values and what it means to be a 100% employee-owned design-build developer.


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