Great Workplaces Wins Bloggy Award!

We’re honored to announce that Where Great Workplaces Start has won a Bloggy Award! The Bloggy Award regularly reviews blogs based on a variety of criteria including visual aesthetics, user friendliness, reading enjoyment, useful information, and overall experience. At the end of each month, two of the best blogs are picked to receive Bloggy Award badges. So how did Where Great Workplaces Start rank?

 Visual Aesthetics – 9

Great Workplace is a very neat blog and is pleasing to the eyes. An addition that I would look forward to is more graphics within the posts themselves.

 User Friendliness – 10

Well-organized and easy to navigate, Great Workplace is a blog that will not allow a reader to get lost within the numerous pages. There are also links within the posts to make it easy for readers to find additional information.

Reading Enjoyment – 10

Though I am not in HR, I think that people in this department should read this blog. The posts are very informative and interesting. The references to The Office make for more enjoyable reading as well.

Useful Info – 10

Practical tips and very useful information abound in Great Workplace.

Overall Experience – 10

Great Workplace should be one of the major resources for HR personnel as well as the average office worker who wants to pitch in some ideas at work.

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One Response to Great Workplaces Wins Bloggy Award!

  1. Tina Russell says:

    I finally decided to write a comment on your blog. I just wanted to say good job. I really enjoy reading your posts.

    Tina Russell

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