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The Best Place To Work In IT: Cast Your Vote

InformationWeek is honoring the most rewarding place to work in IT with our 2016 People's Choice award. The winner, determined by your votes, will be announced in May at the InformationWeek Elite 100 Conference and Awards.

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During January and February, InformationWeek asked readers to submit entries for our People's Choice Award to find "The Most Rewarding Place to Work in IT."

The submission period is now closed, and three finalists have been chosen by our team of editors. The next part is up to you: help us choose a winner by casting your vote here no later than April 8.

The People's Choice Award celebrates excellence in creating a compelling, enriching, diverse, and empowering IT work environment. Our finalists exemplify these qualities and provide an IT department or environment that is a compelling and rewarding place to work.

Based on your votes, the People's Choice Award winner will be announced during the InformationWeek Elite 100 Conference & Awards at the Four Seasons in Las Vegas May 2-3.

What makes a People's Choice Award finalist worthy of being named the winner?

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As you consider our finalists, keep in mind that the winning company will be one that:

  • Promotes advancement of IT skills and careers;
  • Rewards innovation;
  • Excels at promoting leadership and creating new leaders;
  • Celebrates diversity;
  • Enables a fun, enriching work environment; and
  • Connects well with the community

Remember -- there is a short window to vote! Please click here to read about the finalists and cast your vote by April 8.

Susan Nunziata leads the site's content team and contributors to guide topics, direct strategies, and pursue new ideas, all in the interest of sharing practicable insights with our community.Nunziata was most recently Director of Editorial for EnterpriseEfficiency.com, a UBM ... View Full Bio
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