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Mon., Dec. 13, 2021
OCR’s Top Workplaces of 2021 features Chris Dyer’s PeopleG2
LOS ANGELES—If the pandemic taught employers one thing it was that its workforce is everything, says The Orange County Register (OCR) in a report on the 14th annual Top Workplaces. The 14th annual Top Workplaces program saw a number of companies recognized for overcoming the challenges of Covid-19. Out of the thousands of companies surveyed, Chris Dyer’s company PeopleG2 has been recognized for its company culture and well-designed remote work.
“Remote work empowers workers and job creators alike,” said Dyer. “I call the Great Resignation the ‘Great Reflection’ because the pandemic gave workers time to recalibrate and realize that they have more power in the workforce thanks to opportunity, technology and change. Remote work is a key driver in the changing dynamics of work. The future of work is flexible.”
“In all, 3,194 employers in the county were invited to have their employees take a survey managed by program partner Energage. Any organization was eligible to participate, provided it had at least 35 employees in Orange County. Employers could be public, private, nonprofit or governmental. There is no cost to enter the Top Workplaces program,” says OCR. “Combined, the companies surveyed for the 2021 program employed 39,787 people in Orange County. Of employees who received questionnaires, 23,568 responded, either on paper or online. For 2021, a record 155 employers earned recognition as Top Workplaces.”
Dyer took his own company fully-remote in 2009 and has shared over a decade of his experience in training leading institutions and companies like the U.K. National Health Service, the U.S. Patent Office, Johnson & Johnson and IKEA. He is an internationally-recognized keynote speaker and consultant.
“I’m thankful that PeopleG2 is recognized as a top place to work, because people can learn from us how to improve their company culture and implement well-designed remote work,” added Dyer.
Dyer says that companies have the ability to transform the nature of work and what it means through more human-centered, conscious workplace and cultural design. He is continuing to offer training services for companies struggling with remote work, hybrid and returning to the office, and has been regularly featured in national and international press for his expertise.
Chris Dyer is the founder and CEO of PeopleG2, where he manages 30 full-time remote employees and 3,000 contractors. PeopleG2 is routinely ranked one of the best places to work and has been listed as one of Inc.’s 5000 Fastest Growing Companies. Having made the transition to remote during the recession in 2009 with stunning success, Dyer is now a world-renowned expert on remote leadership and productive company culture. His commentary is featured regularly in leading media outlets such as Fast Company, Forbes, Inc., BBC, NBC and The Telegraph. Dyer is the author of Remote Work: Redesign Processes, Practices and Strategies to Engage a Remote Workforce.
LOS ANGELES—If the pandemic taught employers one thing it was that its workforce is everything, says The Orange County Register (OCR) in a report on the 14th annual Top Workplaces.