LAWRENCEVILLE, GA — For the second straight year, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution has recognized Gwinnett County Public Library as one of the Top 150 Workplaces in the Atlanta area. GCPL earned a place in the midsize category, among organizations with 150 to 499 employees.
“We are committed to creating a positive and nurturing work environment for our employees,” says Charles Pace, GCPL Executive Director. “I want to say a word of thanks to all of our employees for their hard work and dedication in providing the best possible library service to the citizens of Gwinnett County.”
More than 2,300 companies were nominated or asked to participate in the 2018 rankings by Energage, a Philadelphia-based employee research and consulting firm. Several aspects of workplace culture were measured, including alignment, execution, and connection, just to name a few.
Visit ajc.com/top-workplaces for the full list of 2018 Top Workplaces.
About Gwinnett County Public Library
The award-winning Gwinnett County Public Library (GCPL) system was formed in 1996 after the dissolution of the Gwinnett-Forsyth Regional Library. For more than 20 years, GCPL has provided resources and services that enrich and inspire our community. The Library has 15 branches that offer free access to computers and Wi-Fi, classes, materials, and programming for people of all ages. In 2016, more than 5 million items were checked out at GCPL, more than any other library system in Georgia. GCPL was recognized as a Top Workplace by The Atlanta-Journal Constitution in 2017 and 2018. For more information about Gwinnett County Public Library programs and services, visit gwinnettpl.org.