In April, The Birmingham Business Journal named Robins & Morton a finalist in their annual Best Places to Work competition.
The nomination process includes employer-provided information on benefits, culture and the workplace, with the majority of points calculated from the feedback of anonymous employee surveys.
Robins & Morton was one of ten finalists in the Large Employer Category, which includes companies with local employment from 100 to 249 people. The Birmingham-based company has more than 1,200 employees, including the 140 local employees who were surveyed for this award.
“Since our founding in 1946, we’ve focused on our people, our clients and our culture,” Robins & Morton Vice President of People and Development Aimee Comer said. “A big part of our culture is integrity and respect for others. We think it’s important that those seeking new opportunities know that Robins & Morton is a truly exceptional work environment with opportunities to be your best, personally and professionally. We’re honored to have been recognized in this way, especially in our home city.”
This recognition also comes after Robins & Morton’s national designation by Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards as a Best Place to Work.