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DMC Named A Best Place to Work in Chicago by Crain’s
Crain’s Chicago Business Recognizes DMC’s Dedication to Employee Engagement and Development
DMC was also named the “Best Place for Employee Engagement” by Crain’s, ranking first out of ten companies. The article acknowledges DMC’s Chicago office design, which was implemented with company culture in mind featuring an on-site fitness center, rooftop deck, and a kitchen fully stocked with beverages and snacks.
The appeal of working at DMC is cross-generational, as evidenced by its recognition on both Crain’s “Best for Gen X” and “Best for Millennials”
The recognition is based on a set of employee and employer surveys in key areas such as benefits, pay levels, career development, management and colleague relationships, and more. Of the 178 companies that applied, 111 completed both surveys. More than 31,000 employees took the survey.
Founded in 1996, DMC offers high-caliber engineering and software development services for manufacturing, testing, and product development organizations. Headquartered in Chicago, the company opened a second office in Boston in 2013. Those interested in careers should review open opportunities on DMC’s employment page (www.dmcinfo.com/
“I’m excited and proud to be named one of Crain’s best places to work,” said DMC President, Frank Riordan. “It validates the work everyone does that makes this a great place to be each day. This recognition will help DMC continue its strong growth by attracting the best and brightest people, aligning with our #1 core value.”
Crain’s Chicago Business "Best Places to Work" issue was released on April 7.
DMC is a project-based engineering and software development firm focused on software development and control systems. We develop and implement solutions for a wide range of industries using a variety of technologies and platforms. Since 1996, DMC has succeeded in helping hundreds of clients increase efficiency and productivity by delivering world-class solutions throughout the globe.