Celebrating Top Workplaces
As an employee-owned company, Graybar strives to create an environment where employees can grow while using their talents to contribute to the company’s success. Our culture inspires a sense of teamwork and pride in the company. This positive work environment and cohesive spirit are just a few reasons why Graybar is consistently recognized as a top place to work.
In January, Graybar was named a 2022 Top Workplaces USA award winner by Energage. This award celebrates nationally recognized companies that make the world a better place to work together by prioritizing a people-centered culture and giving employees a voice.
In April, Graybar also earned 2022 Top Workplaces Culture Excellence Awards for Work-Life Flexibility and Compensation & Benefits. Issued by Energage, Top Workplaces Culture Excellence Awards celebrate organizations that excel in specific areas of workplace culture. The Work-Life Flexibility Award celebrates companies that provide options to their employees in how and where they work, as well as having managers who care for their employees’ concerns. In addition, the Compensation & Benefits Award celebrates organizations who provide employees not only with material rewards, but also with appreciation for their work.
And so far in 2022, Graybar has been named a regional Top Workplaces award winner at the location listed below. All Top Workplaces awards – national and regional – are based solely on employee feedback, making Top Workplaces the most credible and authentic employer recognition program.
Recognized by the Charlotte Observer for the third time.
Recognized by the Oregonian for the fourth time.
Recognized by the Orlando Sentinel for the third time.
Recognized by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch for the eighth time.
Recognized by NJ.com for the third time.
Recognized by Star Tribune as a 2022 National Standard Top Workplace.
Recognized by South Carolina for the fourth time.
Recognized by the Richmond Times-Dispatch for the first time.
Recognized by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for the ninth consecutive year.