TEMPE, Ariz. (July 1, 2015) – CareerBuilder® and Republic Media announced that Zion & Zion has earned a spot on the list of 2015 CareerBuilder® Top Companies to Work for in Arizona.

“We are most proud that our employees’ experiences and feedback are at the core of this honor and recognition,” said Zion & Zion CEO Aric Zion. ”Zion & Zion’s ability to attract and retain top talent directly contributes to consistent growth and industry-leading work for our clients. Our employee turnover rate remains extraordinarily low, and we are very proud that the culture we have built keeps employees happy and engaged, producing their best work for the agency’s clients.”

All participating companies completed a two-part assessment process conducted by the independent workplace research firm, Best Companies Group (BCG). Part one of the process was the Employer Questionnaire, where BCG asked about benefits, HR policies and the fun things the employers do for their employees. Part two was the employee engagement and satisfaction survey which measured the employee experience in eight core focus areas including “leadership and planning,” “corporate culture and communications,” “role satisfaction,” “work environment,” “relationship with supervisor,” “training, development and resources,” “pay and benefits,” and “overall engagement.” Using the combined data from both parts of the survey process, BCG determined who scored high enough to earn a spot on the list. This year, 75 organizations were named as a top company to work for in Arizona.

“This Top Company list gets more competitive each year,” said Denise Gredler, CEO of BestCompaniesAZ and consulting partner for the program. “The winners had very impressive employee survey results averaging an overall favorable rate of 88 percent and an overall employee engagement score of 91 percent, more than double the national average. These winners must be very proud of their engaged workforces and should use this recognition to promote their company culture to retain and attract the best talent.”