Snagajob was recently named one of the best companies to work for in America on the Great Place to Work® annual ranking published by FORTUNE magazine. We experienced significant growth in 2012, so we moved up to the medium category this year and we’re proud to say that we ranked 12th on the list of the best medium-size companies in America.

So how does Snagajob being named a Great Place to Work help our customers?

We’re proof that culture does matter. Hourly employers have a million things on their plates. Investing time, money and resources in your culture may seem like an item that should find its way to the bottom of your list. But you’ve heard more and more about how culture impacts the bottom line. Is that true? Or is the talk about great culture a result of good PR strategies on the part of the cultured-focused companies? Snagajob has grown over 200 percent over the last five years and that success is a direct result of the investment we’ve made in our culture. Our growth has allowed us to increase our job seeker membership and expand and enhance our suite of products, which lets us offer you a more efficient hiring process.

We can pass knowledge along to you. If you want to invest in your front-line culture, but aren’t sure where to start and what tactics work, we can pass along lessons learned so you only invest in what we’ve seen works. We’re currently developing a white paper on best practices to build better front-line culture that will give you actionable advice to set you on a path to a culture that drives performance.

– Our passion drives better products. Snaggers genuinely like coming to work each day and believe that collaboration is the best way to develop products and services that make a difference for our customers. That passion pushes us to go beyond an ‘okay’ solution and find solutions that will change the way hourly employers hire.

These benefits are a direct result of our investment in our culture. But we have reason to thank you. Because we work with such great customers like you, and because we get to help put America to work each day, we take unique fulfillment from our jobs. In other words, you’re a big reason all of this is happening.

So cheers to five years as a Great Place to Work and 12 years of helping connect job seekers and employers to create more productive front-line workforces.