Top Companies for Women to Work For

What makes a company desirable for women to work? Many say it comes from such primary reasons as a corporate culture that’s supportive of gender diversity, flexibility in hours and work requirements to accommodate family and life balance, competitive compensation and benefits, training and continued professional development, and career advancement opportunities. 

RTRIf your organization is one that features these benefits (or more), then it could be an ideal nominee for “Top Companies for Women to Work for in Transportation.” This is the third year this program will be featured in Redefining the Road, the official magazine of the Women In Trucking Association, with the goal to highlight companies in the industry that are friendly for women in BOTH driver and professional capacities. 

What is the process to qualify?

Step 1: Nominate Your Organization (Note: Your organization must generate a minimum of U.S. $5 million in gross global sales and be a corporate member of the Women In Trucking Association - join hereGiven the recent situation with COVID-19, with companies having to furlough and lay-off employees, we have reduced the required number of employees to 50In addition, you as the nominator must be an authorized representative to nominate your organization.) 
Explain in 75 words or less what makes your company worthy of being recognized as a great place for women to work. Also be prepared to indicate if the nominated organization demonstrates any or all of the above characteristics.
Nomination have closed

Step 2: Online Voting
The marketplace (both WIT members and non-members) votes and helps to validate all nominations. Voting takes place early June 1-30, so encourage your workforce, business partners, and other key stakeholders to vote! Official list of companies will be confidentially notified by early July.

Step 3: Receive Recognition
Winning companies will be recognized at WIT's Accelerate! Conference & Expo during a special awards program Sept. 24 in Dallas, TX, and featured in the cover story of the Redefining the Road magazine (Edition 3 2020).