Axiom Named in Washingtonian’s 50 Best Places to Work
February 23, 2017
Falls Church, Virginia. Washingtonian magazine has recognized Axiom Resource Management, Inc. as one of 50 Great Places to Work in the Washington, D.C. area! This is Axiom’s fifth consecutive time being selected in the magazine’s feature, which is published every other year.
A panel of editors chose Axiom after reviewing nearly 200 companies and analyzing over 8,000 employee surveys. The panel reviewed each organization’s benefits, perks, and community service, but the final determination relies heavily on employee evaluations, and more importantly—if they are happy.
Employees celebrated Axiom for its collegial culture, comprehensive benefits, employee retention, employee development, work/life balance, and interesting and meaningful work. Axiom is committed to providing its employees opportunities to exceed and in turn support its community, meeting the highest standards for our clients and work.“I am incredibly grateful for our employees and their daily work that plays a role in the larger, honorable cause for our military service members,” said Kevin Riley, Axiom Managing Partner, “This recognition reflects Axiom’s continued dedication to our clients and to each other as a truly unique community. It’s wonderful to see our community and energy represented in the Washingtonian.”
Doug Peardon, Axiom Managing Partner, expressed his appreciation to the entire Axiom team for cultivating the community that earned the Great Place to Work title. “It’s a tremendous honor to work with such a conscientious group of people who are incredibly committed to their community, clients, and company alike. I am very proud of Axiom to be receiving this award for a fifth time.”
Axiom Resource Management, Inc. is a professional consulting firm providing program management, marketing and communications, and information technology solutions. The firm delivers research and analysis, training, information assurance, and disability and accessibility support. Clients include the Departments of Defense, Transportation, Veterans Affairs, the Social Security Administration, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Defense Health Agency.