Nina Hale, Inc. Recognized as a Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Best Place to Work

July 15, 2013
Nina Hale, Inc. was named one of Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” for the third consecutive year.

Nina Hale, Inc. has been named one of Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal‘s “Best Places to Work” for the third consecutive year. This is Minnesota’s longest running best workplaces award as the Journal has been ranking the state’s top companies for the past fifteen years. The list of companies who receive this award is determined by anonymous employee surveys administered and collected by Quantum Workplace. In these surveys, employees are asked a variety of questions spanning from those pertaining to work environment, to typical work practices, to daily company operations. There are three categories in which awarded companies fall according to size; at thirty-three employees, Nina Hale, Inc. has been honored in the Small Company category. 

NHI founder Nina Hale believes that providing value to clients starts with retaining top talent and keeping in-house expertise happy. Hale is therefore committed to creating an enjoyable work environment and maintaining a healthy work-life balance for all of her employees. Employee perks include an open office layout that encourages collaboration, frequent employee recognition, summer business hours, quarterly company outings, and company-wide education events every Friday.

At NHI, it is the combination of founder Nina Hale’s vision and drive with an exceptionally curious staff that allows the agency to create incredibly successful search and social campaigns for its clients that boast consistent, positive, and measurable results.

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