Geneca is proud to be ranked 18th on Crain’s 2018 Top 100 Places to Work in Chicago!

Each year Crain’s Chicago Business selects the companies where employees love to work the most. Geneca is thrilled to announce that we are ranked 18th on Crain’s 2018 Top 100 Places to Work in Chicago. We’re proud of our company culture that’s dedicated to driving innovation with confidence and creativity amidst all challenges. Geneca takes personal ownership in all that we do, and we always look for a path forward while consciously seeking ways to empower others. This recognition from Crain’s shows our dedicated team culture and all the reasons why our employees love to work here.

Why our employees love working at Geneca

For this ranking, Crain partnered with Best Companies Group to survey 8,800 employees in the Chicago area. Geneca was recognized for our wide array of benefits which include 401k, tuition reimbursement, telecommuting options, an on-site fitness facility, and our involved career development program. We offer our employees this long list of excellent benefits because we recognize and appreciate their dedication and hard-work. We think about your retirement, your health, your progressive education, and allowing you a healthy work-life balance. The ranking also draws on our competitive salary paired with our 50/50 male to a female executive ratio (an impressive number compared to other ranking companies).

The Geneca Culture

Careers at Geneca allow talented people the freedom to grow in an engaging culture with enormous benefits. Genecians are courageous individuals who face challenges fearlessly. We’re not afraid of uncertainty, we’re motivated by it because uncertainty is where innovation sparks. We believe in a balance of perseverance, initiative, and imagination to deliver success.

We believe that the best solution is always attainable, and we’re good at uncovering it. But understanding why the problem is occurring and why that particular solution is needed is essential. You dream it and we build it.

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