12 Utah businesses — and 3 top leaders — honored for providing employee training, promoting new ideas and encouraging balance between work and life

Courtesy photo | CHG Healthcare moved to its new Midvale headquarters in 2017. The 282,000-square-foot campus for the health care staffing company includes lounge areas, meeting spaces and dining areas.

Utah companies received special awards as part of this year’s Top Workplaces survey. The Salt Lake Tribune reported.

The honors were given for achievement in specific areas such as providing quality training for employees, encouraging new ideas and promoting balance between work and life.

The annual survey, conducted by Energage, a Philadelphia-based employee research and culture technology firm, also singled out three leaders — one each from a small, a midsize and a large company — for their leadership skills.

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