We’re incredibly proud of our team. By focusing on our shared core values — personal connections, doing the right thing, and hunger for growth — WorkSmart celebrated another great year.
Best Places to Work, Triangle Business Journal
Our biggest success of the year? Being named one of the Best Places to Work for the second time (first, in 2019; then again in 2020).
Especially during this period of constant change, we face challenges by balancing productivity with compassion. To say we’re thrilled about being named a best place to work is an understatement. We’re beyond grateful to be recognized for our commitment to happy and healthy employees for a second year in a row.
This recognition is based on surveys to our local team members.
Best Places to Work, Charlotte Business Journal
Woo hoo!! We did it in Charlotte too!
This the first year that our Charlotte-based team was large enough to qualify, and their feedback gained us a spot on the Charlotte Business Journal‘s list for Best Places to Work.
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Fast 50, Triangle Business Journal
Every year, the Fast 50 celebrates the fastest-growing private companies in the Triangle ((Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill) based on revenue and profitability. The WorkSmart team met the challenges of the pandemic and, again this year, earned a place (#44) on this list.
Because of the systems we already had in place, we were able to adjust to working from home quickly. Giving our team clarity at a stressful time helped us shift to remote work seamlessly all while maintaining industry-leading customer satisfaction ratings.
MSP 501, Channel Futures
We’re proud of our team for helping our clients meet their needs in hard times. This great team and our experiences working with small businesses for 20 years led to us to being WorkSmart was named one of the top managed IT service providers in the world!
The MSP 501 list ranks the biggest and most successful MSPs around the world.
Ovation Award for HR Excellence, CAI
Several years ago, our leadership team began the implementation of a business framework, EOS, to simplify how we work together. These practical tools help us to hire the right people and guides the decisions that we make.
Earlier this year, CAI recognized WorkSmart for this work with the Ovation Award for HR Excellence.
Minority-Owned Businesses, Triangle Business Journal
This list recognizes the Triangle region’s largest minority-owned businesses based on number of employees.
WorkSmart started with one person (Ron Unger while attending Kenan-Flagler Business School at UNC). Since 2001, through organic growth and multiple acquisitions, we’ve grown to over 80 employees!
IT Networking Companies List,Triangle Business Journal
We’re pleased to be on this list again this year! Based on annual revenue, we are the #3 largest IT networking companies.