FAIRFAX, VA. June 25, 2018 – For the fifth year in a row, ECS was named a Top Workplace by The Washington Post. This achievement was made possible by ECS employees who completed a survey on workplace culture and values administered by Energage, a leading research firm specializing in organizational health and workplace improvement. ECS scored high on several aspects including alignment, effectiveness, management, and connection. Just last month, ECS was acknowledged by Washington Technology as a top government contractor—an achievement that goes hand in hand with the company’s ability to attract and retain top talent.
“Every success we’ve enjoyed as a company—from growth and innovation to long-term customer relationships—is thanks to the hard work and dedication of our employees and our management teams,” said George Wilson, president of ECS. “The Top Workplace award is an honor inspiring us to continue to create value for our people.”
ECS has established a culture built to attract, recognize, and retain the industry’s best professionals. As the company moves toward its goal of $1 billion in the next four years, the focus remains on cultivating, supporting and developing staff. Recognizing the value of every employee, the company offers outstanding benefits, an exciting work environment, and ample opportunity for growth. In return, ECS employees provide their technical talent and passion for excellence in support of customers who serve, protect, and defend the American people on a daily basis.