Suburban Imaging named to Star Tribune's Top Workplaces 2013
Jun 17, 2013
Suburban Imaging has been named one of the Top 100 Workplaces in Minnesota based on an employee survey project from the Star Tribune. Top Workplaces recognizes the most progressive companies in Minnesota determined from employee opinions about organizational health, job expectations and employee engagement.
Suburban Imaging CEO Jim Tierney said "we at Suburban Imaging strive every day to provide the highest-quality health care services possible, and that starts with having a great group of staff members. We are very fortunate to work with such a competent and responsible team."
Suburban Imaging was ranked 29th on the midsize company list. "It's rewarding in many ways [to work at Suburban Imaging]. I feel like I'm appreciated, and my thoughts and suggestions matter. I love the constant challenge to do better for myself and the organization," said one respondent.
Star Tribune Publisher Michael J. Klingensmith said, "The companies in the Star Tribune Top 100 Workplaces deserve high praise for creating the very best work environments in the state of Minnesota. My congratulations to each of these exceptional companies."
The Star Tribune Top Workplaces special section was published in the Star Tribune on Sunday, June 16. The report can also be found at StarTribune.com/topworkplaces2013.
Suburban Imaging is a diagnostic radiology practice with six Twin Cities metro outpatient imaging centers and more than 60 subspecialty, board-certified radiologists. They perform and interpret medical imaging exams including CT, MRI and ultrasound. The radiologists also perform injections for pain in the joints, back and neck. The mission of Suburban Imaging is to provide state-of-the-art medial imaging with expert subspecialty interpretation and the highest level of service.
The rankings in the Star Tribune Top 100 Workplaces are based on survey information collected by WorkplaceDynamics, an independent company specializing in employee engagement and retention. The analysis included responses from over 64,300 employees at Minnesota public, private and nonprofit organizations.
To qualify for the Star Tribune Top Workplaces, a company must have more than 50 employees in Minnesota. Nearly 1,900 companies were invited to participate. Rankings were composite scores calculated purely on the basis of employee responses.