Cassaday Named Top Workplace in 2021 By Washington Post

Cassaday & Company, Inc. is honored to announce that it has been named one of The Washington Post’s 2021 Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area. The firm ranked in the small-sized companies category.

Conducted in partnership with employee engagement firm Energage, LLC, The Post’s survey identified the highest ranked workplaces in the region based on employee responses about their own company. More than 3,500 area companies were invited to participate, and a record 413 employers were surveyed. Companies were separated into employee size categories for the award, with those being small, midsize, large, and largest.

“Now in its eighth year, The Post’s Top Workplaces list continues to highlight the companies in the Washington-area that are leaders in company satisfaction and engagement,” said Washington Post Top Workplaces editor Dion Haynes. “Throughout the past 15 months, these companies have had to make quick decisions in order to keep their employees safe while also balancing productivity and efficiency, and their employees have taken note of this great work.”

The full list of the Washington Post’s Top 2021 Workplaces can be found here.

About Cassaday & Company, Inc.’s Culture

Cassaday & Company, Inc. is proud to have developed a culture that is unique and distinguishes our firm in the eyes of our colleagues and motivates our staff to provide our clients with unparalleled dedication and service. Our employees are proud to work here, and together look forward to pursuing our firm’s vision of being the most competitive choice for people seeking guidance on their wealth management decisions.

In creating this award-winning workplace culture, we are able to reduce turnover rates and have an average staff tenure of 15 years, creating a continuity of excellent service for our clients.

We are honored to recognized for our industry expertise, but we’re especially proud to consistently be ranked as a Best Place to Work. Here’s why.

Who Determines the Top Workplaces? The Methodology Behind The Rankings

The Post determined that there is no better judge of a company than the employees who work there. The publication works with Energage to rank the Washington area’s Top Workplaces. The process is based on a scientific survey of employees who rate their workplace culture. According to Eric Rubino, CEO of Energage, “When you give your employees a voice, you come together to navigate challenges and shape your path forward based on real-time insights into what works best for your organization.”

The employee engagement survey of 24 questions gathers responses regarding issues related to workplace culture:

  • Alignment: where the company is headed, its values, cooperation, effective meetings
  • Coaching: managers care about concerns, are helpful, encourage employee development
  • Connection: employees feel appreciated, work is meaningful, working at full potential, clued in to each other
  • Engagement: productivity, retention, recruiting
  • Leadership: confidence in company leaders
  • Performance: execution, open-mindedness, innovation, clued-in leadership
  • The Basics: pay, benefits, flexibility, training, expectations

Employers that score high enough are recognized as Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area. Click here for more on the methodology behind the rankings.

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