Scottsdale firm ranks on ‘Best Places to Work’ list

Benefit Commerce Group (submitted photo)

Benefit Commerce Group (submitted photo)

Out of 600 area employers that applied, Benefit Commerce Group, a Scottsdale-based employee benefits firm, has ranked 31 in its class among the Best Places to Work in the Phoenix area.

This is the first year the company has participated in the “Best Places to Work” program.

Its ranking is a result of the scoring of individual surveys completed by employees of each of the nominated employers, according to a press release.

“It is an honor to be recognized as one of the Best Places to Work,” stated Scott Wood, principal and CEO of Benefit Commerce Group, in the release. “Our objective has always been to create an environment where our employees can contribute and thrive. This ranking illustrates that we are successful in that endeavor.”

The surveys allowed employees to rank their employer on a wide range of categories, including enjoyment of their work, the influence and collaboration of supervisors and coworkers, understanding of the organization’s objectives and path to success, and growth and career development opportunities.

“We have an exceptional team at Benefit Commerce Group that works together as a cohesive unit. When one of us succeeds, we all succeed. That message and culture are reflected in this honor of being named one of the Best Places to Work,” stated Johnny Angelone, principal of Benefit Commerce Group, in the release.

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