The New Jersey Center of Physical Therapy (NJCPT) was among 800 small businesses nominated to apply for recognition as one of North America’s Top Small Workplaces of 2008. NJCPT is one of the five million small businesses that employ between 2 and 500 people in the United States.
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ), in partnership with the not-for-profit organization Winning Workplaces, annually seeks to identify the Top Small Workplaces across North America. WSJ and Winning Workplaces conduct a national search for small employers who can serve as great examples and inspire other business leaders to create better workplaces.
The nomination process aims to identify employers who foster teamwork, flexibility, high productivity, and innovation, while also treating their employees with respect and providing benefits, both traditional and nontraditional, that make the employee experience better.
Nominees are evaluated on many aspects of business including associate growth, development, advancement, hiring practices, and benefit programs, as well as workplace values, culture, and goals.
NJCPT was nominated for consideration because of each of our associates’ commitment to the team, and thus our outstanding performance and productivity. Our opportunities for both personal and professional growth and advancement are among the best, and the way we implement all of our basic tenets is what makes us truly proud of this business.
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