Texas, October 1, 2018 – MKS2 was recently ranked on Entrepreneur’s Top Company Cultures List, a comprehensive ranking of U.S. based businesses exhibiting high-performance cultures created in partnership with employee engagement platform and service provider Energage. The Top Company Cultures list has placed MKS2 70th in the SMALL COMPANY category. MKS2 is recognized for creating an exceptional culture that drives employee engagement, exceeds employee expectations and directly impacts company success.
“We are thrilled to receive this recognition for our company culture. We constantly strive to make it possible for our employees to be successful both in business and at home. It is great to be awarded for this effort.,” said Brendan Mullen, MKS2 Founder and Chief Executive Officer.
We constantly strive to make it possible for our employees to be successful both in business and at home.
“Great company cultures don’t happen by accident. They happen because leaders understand how to create excellent working environments, and how to make everyone share the same mission,” says Jason Feifer, editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine. “Our 2018 Top Company Cultures list is a great celebration of companies that are doing it right and should serve as inspiration for everyone who leads a team.”
The full list, presenting a total of 150 companies categorized as small, midsize or large companies—with 74 or fewer employees, 75-299 employees and more than 300 employees respectively— is available on Entrepreneur.com. Core insights, behaviors and attributes that have helped to shape the high-performing cultures presented by the top companies are shared alongside practices to help other companies develop their own work environments.
Employees took online surveys, and the honorees were determined and ranked based solely on their survey feedback scores. Each company was measured in response to 24 questions on subject matters such as connection, alignment, effectiveness, leadership, and management, as well as basics such as pay, benefits, and flexibility.
To be considered for the ranking, the companies must have had at least 35 employees, have been founded before Jan. 1, 2016, must be founder-led (at least 10% ownership of the company), and be headquartered in the U.S. There was no cost to participate in the survey. Individual employee responses were anonymous.