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Plante Moran ranks No. 3 on national top workplace list

February 1, 2022 / 1 min read

Top Workplaces™ has named Plante Moran to their list of 2022 Top Workplaces USA.

Plante Moran has been recognized on the Top Workplaces™ list of 2022 Top Workplaces USA. We ranked No. 3 in the 2500+ staff category.

This award highlights nationally recognized organizations that make the world a better place to work by prioritizing a people-centered culture and giving employees a voice.

The Top Workplaces USA award is based entirely on feedback from a staff engagement survey completed by the staff of participating workplaces. Top Workplaces™ partners with Energage to conduct this survey, which measures staff engagement, retention, confidence in company leaders, benefits, flexibility, training, and more.

In honor of the award, the Detroit Free Press interviewed Managing Partner Jim Proppe about Plante Moran’s ranking on the list.

“Our inclusion on this list is a testament to our amazing staff and culture,” says Jim. “Since our firm’s founding, Plante Moran has focused on creating an environment where people come first and where things like work-life balance, mental health, and diversity, equity and inclusion aren’t just catchphrases, but embedded in everything we do.”

In addition to this honor, Plante Moran also received four “Top Workplaces Culture Excellence Awards” from Top Workplaces™ for compensation & benefits, innovation, great leadership, and purpose & values.

Read Jim’s full interview with the Detroit Free Press below.

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