NRC Gets Thumbs Up from Washingtonian Magazine

The Washingtonian magazine has identified the NRC as one of the region’s 50 top companies to work for. The biennial “Great Places to Work” assessment includes a mix of trade associations, government agencies, nonprofits, law firms, information-technology companies, and government contractors.

Winners were chosen by a panel of editors and writers that reviewed more than 200 companies and about 13,000 employee surveys, including the Office of Personnel Management survey. This year’s winning workplaces were chosen on the basis of such measures as challenging and interesting work, great work/life balance, good pay and benefits, opportunities to learn and grow, financial stability, commitment to charity and community, and the recognition and respect given to employees.

We are pleased about this latest recognition of our efforts to provide a meaningful workplace for our employees. It’s their job to carry out our important mission to protect people and the environment by regulating the nuclear industry. Attracting and keeping talented staff helps us realize that mission.

The November issue of the Washingtonian magazine is now on news stands.

Beth Hayden
Office of Public Affairs

Author: Moderator

Public Affairs Officer for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

4 thoughts on “NRC Gets Thumbs Up from Washingtonian Magazine”

  1. I am retired from the NRC. While it did not always seem to be one of the 50 while I was working in retrospect it does not look all that bad. : ) Congrats on making the list!

  2. Many many heartiest congrats to NRC team members and authorities for achieving this rank in the regional companies. Once again congratulations.

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