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North Dakota Department of Commerce Selected as Best Place to Work in North Dakota
Post Date: Nov 18 2016

By ND Commerce
CheatSheets.com has selected the North Dakota Department of Commerce as the “Best Place to Work” in North Dakota. The list and tip building site named the best places to work in every state, based on data from Fortune, Forbes, and Glassdoor. 

“To be selected nationally as a best company is a great honor,” Commerce Commissioner Al Anderson said. “We find reasons to have fun and laugh together while meeting deadlines, accomplishing goals and gaining results. We strive each and every day to make Commerce a better place to work. This award helps continue to be an employer of choice in North Dakota.”  

CheatSheets.com credits Commerce for having a workplace so committed to culture that it produces a “Culture Book,” which gives staff an inside look at perks like wellness programs, wellness activities, and engagement-centered employee events. 

“We don’t use excuses about “working for the government” that stop us from striving to be the best,” Brianna Ludwig, Marketing Manager and Culture Club Chairperson for the North Dakota Department of Commerce said. “We’re innovative in our problem solving, we’re diligent in how we spend our resources, and we’ve found ways to provide a fun working environment for employees. From coffee with the Commissioner, costume contests, elaborately themed pot lucks and competitive fitness logs to transparency, teamwork and a unique goals system – Commerce offers the complete package for employees.” 

The North Dakota Department of Commerce works to improve the quality of life for North Dakota citizens by leading efforts to attract, retain and expand wealth. Commerce serves businesses and communities statewide through committed people and partners who offer valuable programs and dynamic services.
For more North Dakota news and information go to www.NDCommerce.com.
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