Noah Consulting Named One of Houston Business Journal’s 2012 Best Places to Work

22-Oct-2012

To be among the best at delivering Information Management solutions to the energy sector, Noah Consulting knows that the key is amazing employees. From benefits and paid-time-off to recognition and family-friendly social events, Noah’s leadership works tirelessly to make Noah Consulting a place where amazing people want to work by providing a positive and rewarding work experience. That successful effort has been recognized by the Houston Business Journal’s awards committee by naming Noah Consulting as one of Houston’s 2012 Best Places to Work.

For 12 years the Houston Business Journal (HBJ) has been recognizing companies based on employee satisfaction in areas such as goals and leadership, communication and support, advancement opportunity and skill development, recognition and compensation, tolerance and flexibility, and embracing innovation and ideas. The evaluation process includes a submission, Quantum Workplace survey, and written interview. In 2012, HBJ recognized 78 companies in four categories: companies with 10 to 100 employees, companies with 101 to 500 employees, companies with 501 or more employees and companies that are not based in Houston, but have a significant presence in the area. Noah Consulting, in the category of 10-100 Employees, ranked 14th among the 51 recognized companies.

It is not hard to see why one would love to work for Noah Consulting. The work is innovative and challenging and the company’s leaders, with their family-style approach to culture and employee relations, make Noah a premier place to work. Seasoned industry veterans and the brightest young minds, ranging in experience from 5 to over 30 years, work together to create the best Information Management solutions at the world’s leading energy companies, and do it all with class and the highest ethical standards. When Fred Kunzinger, a Senior Principal, was asked what he liked best about working for Noah Consulting he said, “A lot of companies preach values; very few actually live them day in and day out. Noah does. No more need be said.”



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