Studley Named One of DC Area's "Best Places to Work"
Firm Ranked Among Top "Medium Sized Companies" in DC Region
Washington, DC (June 3, 2011)  

International commercial real estate services firm Studley is pleased to announce that its Washington, DC regional offices were named one of The Washington Business Journal's "2011 Best Places to Work" within the greater Washington area.

Studley, headquartered in New York City, has two offices in the Washington metropolitan area. The company was ranked among the top ten "medium sized" companies to work for in the DC area and was selected from a pool of more than 300 nominations.

"What makes this distinction so special to us is that the data that determines our ranking came directly from a survey of our employees and their personal experiences working here," said Studley Executive Vice President David Lipson. "We couldn't be more thrilled to have won this honor based on that fact alone."

Each year, Studley has ranked high in the categories: workplace morale, strength of the management team, opportunity for advancement, employment benefits, and the company's overall ability to retain employees.

In the Washington metropolitan area, Studley has a high percentage of brokers and staff who have worked for the company for more than 20 years.

The Washington Business Journal's "Best Places to Work Awards" were developed to recognize local company achievements in creating a positive work environment that attracts and retains employees through a combination of employee satisfaction, working conditions and company culture. The winners are selected based on results of quantitative employee surveys complied by Quantum Market Research.


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