Prairie Business accepting nominations for 2021’s 50 Best Places to Work

Nomination deadline is Friday, July 9.

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Prairie Business

GRAND FORKS, N.D. • Prairie Business is on the search for the region’s 50 Best Places to Work.


There are many things that make a company a great place to work – its people, its services, the benefits it offers, its values. What makes your company stand out among the crowd?

Employees who feel appreciated and part of the team environment are more apt to go the extra mile. The dividends can be many. Companies that make efforts to boost employee morale, for instance, enjoy lower turnover, better financial performance, improved track records on safety, and higher-quality job applicants.

Prairie Business would like to salute those types of employers in its upcoming issue that will highlight 50 of the region’s best places to work. Will one of them be yours?


How this works is like this: Employees nominate companies, nonprofits and other organizations, outlining their workplaces' benefits and culture, as well as the personal job satisfaction that working for the organization can inspire.

Consideration will be given to the number of nominations received per organization.

Companies and other employers in the Prairie Business readership area – South Dakota, North Dakota and western Minnesota – will be considered.

The deadline to submit completed surveys is Friday, July 9.


For questions: Andrew Weeks at aweeks AT or 701-780-1276.

[Originally published June 2. ]

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