Talent Plus Named No. 18 Best Workplace in Consulting and Professional Services for 2016

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May 17, 2016 Press Releases

(Lincoln, NE) – Fortune Magazine and Great Place to Work have named Talent Plus, Inc. No. 18 of the 2016 Best Workplaces in Consulting and Professional Services. Talent Plus is honored to be recognized along with the top five companies including The Boston Consulting Group, Cooley, Kimley-Horn, Plante Moran and CHG Healthcare Services. #BestWorkplaces

We consider this honor exceptionally notable because the recognition is based on companies who outperformed roughly 70 industry peers in our ranking – enjoy higher levels of cooperation, loyalty and employee willingness to go the extra mile.

“We have always known that if you select the most talented people that fit your needs, and they love what they do, they will produce more consistent value for your company in the long run, and continue to grow your company,” stated Kimberly Rath, Co-Chairman and Founder, Talent Plus. “To be recognized as a place where talented consultants and professionals will find growth and opportunity is an honor and proof that The Science of Talent ® works.” #TalentedConsulting

“As consulting and professional services evolve to tackle the people side of the business, the industry itself must raise its game,” says Michael C. Bush, CEO of Great Place to Work ®. “The Best Workplaces in Consulting & Professional Services get this, have built great workplace cultures and are seeing a payoff in business results.”
Find the award announcement and more about Talent Plus here:

Talent Plus ® is an internationally recognized management consulting firm with clients in 20 countries delivering The Science of Talent through interviews and assessments in more than 20 languages. We are a four-time top ten award winner of Fortune Magazine’s Great Place to Work list as well as being recently named #2 on the Leadership 500 Excellence list published by HR.com. In health care, Talent Plus also holds the title of #15 Best Places to Work in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare and one of the Top 150 Great Places to Work in Healthcare by Becker’s Hospital Review. Headquartered in Lincoln, Nebraska, Talent Plus also has an office in Singapore. We identify people with the potential for near-perfect performance so our clients can make wise decisions in the selection and development of their teams. We build high engagement cultures from top to bottom. Our ROI results show improved work performance in increased productivity, reduced turnover, strengthened employee engagement and bottom line results. Visit us at www.talentplus.com.

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