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Goldberg Segalla Earns Placement on Fortune’s List of the Country’s 100 Best Workplaces


Goldberg Segalla Earns Placement on Fortune’s List of the Country’s 100 Best Workplaces

October 12, 2016

Goldberg Segalla has earned placement on Fortune magazine’s annual list of the 100 best workplaces in the country among businesses of 100 to 999 employees. The firm’s ranking on the national Best Medium Workplaces list is the result of an anonymous survey conducted by Great Place to Work®, a global research and consulting firm that uses a variety of internal and external factors including employee feedback to recognize specific aspects of workplace culture.

Overall, 90 percent of surveyed Goldberg Segalla employees said their workplace is great, with 97 percent reporting the highest levels of organizational pride and workplace atmosphere. Ninety-four percent said they are proud to tell others of their work at the firm, which celebrated its 15th anniversary earlier this year. According to Great Place to Work®, the survey results have a margin of error of 5 percent or less.

“This recognition is a testament to the hundreds of exceptional people whose contributions have helped build our culture from the ground up. They are our backbone and the principal driver of our success,” said Richard J. Cohen, Goldberg Segalla’s Managing Partner. “At Goldberg Segalla, we hold the steadfast belief that the whole we create together will always be greater than the sum of our individual parts. I couldn’t be more proud to work alongside such a phenomenal group of people.”

In addition to the ranking on the Fortune list, Goldberg Segalla has received a number of accolades highlighting its founding principles of teamwork, diversity, and inclusion. It has been ranked for five consecutive years among the Best Companies to Work For in New York State. Goldberg Segalla has twice been named the Best Place to Work among all large employers in Western New York and has ranked among the top 10 large employers in Pennsylvania, the top 10 in Illinois, and the top 15 in New Jersey.