UPDATE: Thursday, April 14, we attended the Best Places to Work in Idaho award ceremony. It was a lovely event that brought together many of Idaho's top employers. As if it weren't enough to be surrounded by so many amazing people committed to being employers of choice, we also had the honor of accepting the award for 5th place in our category!
Each year Best Places to Work in Idaho awards several businesses in different categories the honor of being the best place to work. We are elated to announce that one of 2016’s winners in the category of Micro Employers (10 – 19 employees) was Tribute Media! We will now hold for applause and melodramatic adulation.
Best Places to Work in Idaho is a community organization that is dedicated to the betterment of the condition of employment. The organization rallies itself on three core concepts, they are:
The nobility and honor inherent in employment.
The capacity employment possesses to generate financial and emotional prosperity when it's done right.
Doing employment right is no more expensive and far more profitable than not.
What makes Tribute Media such a great place to work and worthy of this honor?
While we can accommodate employees' need to work from home occasionally, most genuinely enjoy coming into the office where there is a fridge stocked with soda and energy drinks and a freezer full of snacks and quick lunch items. And who would want to miss out on the possibility of engaging in all-out Nerf warfare with coworkers or a team lunch at a local Meridian eatery? At Tribute Media, we work hard for our clients because the more successful we are, the more fun we have celebrating those successes.
Interested in a career with Tribute Media? If you are obsessed with web marketing and love to have fun while delighting clients, check out our careers page. We love meeting new people who can make our team even better.
Lindsey is the director of web strategy at Tribute Media and holds a B.A. in English and Communication with an emphasis in Journalism.
Outside of work, Lindsey participates in a "super-cool-not-at-all-nerdy" writing group. Her favorite writer is Dorothy Parker.