DeMaria is once again the recipient of multiple awards recognizing their excellence in the construction industry, as well as for their continuing commitment to their employees. The company has been awarded Crain’s Cool Places to Work by Crain’s Detroit Business. The list, which ranks the top 100 companies in the region, highlights companies that people love to work for; however, this year the editors also evaluated new priorities in light of current circumstances including things like workplace flexibility and work-life balance.
DeMaria was also named as one of the 2021 Metro Detroit’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® by the National Association for Business Resources. This is the 19th year that DeMaria has won this award which recognizes organizations throughout the country that are dedicated to excellence in human resources and employee enrichment programs, celebrating those organizations that operate better businesses while improving the lives of their employees and the surrounding communities. In addition, DeMaria was awarded the Elite ranking in the category of Diversity and Inclusion. Both honors were formally presented during a virtual ceremony on Tuesday, November 2. To round out this achievement, DeMaria also was named one of the 2021 Best and Brightest Companies To Work For in the Nation for the second year in a row. The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the Nation winners will be honored during the virtual Illuminate Business Summit week in January 2022.
“The Best and Brightest is a powerful community of elite leaders who share ideas and practices, and have proven they are employers of choice. Best and Brightest winning companies have also been a voice for important actions in creating a sustainable culture that works, ensuring the wellbeing of their employees come first,” said Jennifer Kluge, President and CEO, Best and Brightest Programs.
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