This year marks MicroAge’s eight-year streak on the annual Phoenix Business Journal list.

MicroAge is proud to announce recognition by the Phoenix Business Journal as one of 2021’s Best Places to Work in the Valley. MicroAge has landed on the BPTW every year the company was nominated—making this year’s recognition the organization’s eighth time hailed as one of the Valley’s best places to work among mid-sized organizations.

Every year, the Phoenix Business Journal ranks local companies based on results from a blind third-party survey to employees.

MicroAge’s Award-Winning Organizational Culture

Upwards of two years, organizations everywhere have had to pivot in order to build and maintain a thriving company culture. That looks different everywhere. At MicroAge specifically, it’s meant virtual awards ceremonies complete with dance competitions, virtual wine tastings and cooking classes with real ingredients delivered to employees, and a daily Stay-Apart-Together Teams call with rotating themes like comedy skits, regular Kahoot trivia, cooking tutorials, sports updates, live music, and show-and-tells with pets and family members, so colleagues across the country can reconnect over their lunch hours.

A Some Good News segment inspired by John Krasinki’s web series covers employee wins from photos snapped of newborns to candid videos from marathon runs to first-time home owning-associates posed with larger-than-life smiles outside of their new digs.

Employee appreciation is a huge initiative with raffles, prizes, and recognition, including the organization’s now reprised Circle of Excellence trip to Maui this month and other awards including Employee of the Quarter. Other perks include regular virtual lunches and outreach calls first-hand from the MicroAge CEO, Rob Zack, and other members of the leadership team to see how associates are doing in their day-to-day lives.

Meanwhile, MicroAge’s Act Together program headed by Vice President of Sales, Tracey Hayes, has kept its associates continually engaged and giving back to the local and national community in a meaningful way. Most recently, MicroAge associates have been contributing to Soldier’s Best Friend, a local Arizona nonprofit that partners trained rescue dogs with combat veterans. MicroAgers have been donating directly to the organization and purchasing off the nonprofit’s Amazon wishlist of items.

The ActTogether Program is just one of the organization’s engagement programs, others include FitTogether, encouraging associates to stay fit and rewarding them with gym reimbursement and raffle prizes, and GetTogether, aimed at in-person events with food trucks and entertainment for MicroAge associates and their family members.

What MicroAge Employees Are Saying About the Employer

David Duncan MicroAge“I started at MicroAge five years ago now, never realizing how successful I would become. Sometimes it takes a great company with excellent values to unlock your full potential,” Account Executive, David Duncan recently shared on LinkedIn. “I always knew I had it in me, but just needed the right place to give me that chance.”

 

Judy Nerone MicroAgeReturning account executive turned Sales Coach Manager, Judy Nerone shared on coming back to MicroAge: “Now that I’m back, what I love even more than when I was an account executive is how much support we now have. I love our services bench and our pre-sales engineering team. I love that we are now a CSP, I love that we have world-class marketing,” Nerone explained. “During my time away, I realized some of the positives at MicroAge. We have a stable, well-funded company that has been around and will be around. We have a strong executive team, a solid benefits package, and a culture of excellence where we encourage each other to be better. That’s what I love the most about MicroAge, the culture.”

 

David Mejak MicroAge“MicroAge is by far the best place I’ve worked at over my career, and that’s because of the people here,” shared Cloud Engineer, David Mejak in his official Employee of the Quarter blog. “Everyone is very knowledgeable. It’s never a problem to find help with anything you need. Teams work together with everyone pitching in to get things done and done well.”

 

What the Award Means to Key MicroAge Executives

MicroAge BPTW 2021“At MicroAge, we invest substantially in creating a culture that sets us apart for our associates, our greatest investment,” said MicroAge CEO Rob Zack. “Our eighth year hailed with this prestigious recognition from the Phoenix Business Journal just reinforces how many talented, compassionate, and caring individuals we have driving our values and our mission of changing the way the world works. It’s a privilege and an honor that we owe to our growing MicroAge family of associates.”

“Being named a Best Place To Work in the Valley is a big win for all MicroAgers, and it’s a big selling point with our incoming associates,” beamed MicroAge Director of Human Resources, Joelle Fosco. “The award represents MicroAge’s people-first approach to caring for our associates and empowering their professional growth. However, the most meaningful part is always that our associates voted us into this category, and that they choose to be a part of our organization.”

Recognition along with ranking across different company categories will be officially announced at the Best Places to Work awards ceremony, Thursday, December 16th, 2021.

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