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Forbes Names RGP Among America’s Best Mid-sized Employers

Mar 23, 2021
by Forbes

RGP was named among Forbes’ Best Mid-sized Employers for 2021 ranking the global firm among the nation’s 500 best. The annual survey—conducted with market research company Statista—polled more than 50,000 Americans working for businesses with at least 1,000 employees on their willingness to recommend their own employers to friends and family.

“In the wake of the global pandemic, RGP always remained ‘open for business’ and we responded with agility to the evolving needs of our key stakeholders: employees and clients,” said RGP CEO Kate Duchene. “We’re honored to be named to Forbes’ 2021 America’s Best Mid-sized Employers list. With our borderless talent model, we’re changing the employment paradigm by finding and matching qualified talent with appropriate skill sets for specific project needs. As a next gen human capital firm, we’re leaders in the now of work – understanding how employers and employees want to engage.”

“This recognition from Forbes shines a light on RGP’s objective which is squarely focused on creating an irresistible organization and stellar employee experience,” explained Katy Conway, RGP’s Chief People Officer. “As autonomy and flexibility become the calling cards for workers, the organizations that will win are the ones that can rally their teams around a value-centered culture that offers membership, community and access to new skill acquisition.”

Based in Irvine, CA., with offices worldwide, RGP’s agile human capital model attracts top-caliber professionals with in-demand skill sets who seek a workplace environment that embraces flexibility, collaboration and human connection. The company’s winning value proposition has made them the leading provider of agile professional services to help clients transform their businesses and workplaces. With more than 5,000 professionals around the world, RGP annually engages more than 2,400 clients globally, including over 85% of the Fortune 100.

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