Two Years In A Row: NCP Named One Of Newsday's Top Workplaces in Long Island

Date Posted: 10/23/19

Two Years In A Row: NCP Named One Of Newsday’s Top Workplaces in Long Island

National Consumer Panel has been named one of the Top Workplaces in Long Island by Newsday.  This is a double honor as it’s NCP’s second year in a row being recognized.


Newsday hired consulting and research firm Energage to anonymously poll employees from over a hundred Long Island based employers. The survey measured several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection.


“This honor is thanks solely to the enthusiasm and dedication of our team here at NCP,” says National Consumer Panel COO John Toomey, “We wouldn’t be on this list once, let alone twice without the quality work and employee engagement that is regularly fostered here.”


Several members of the National Consumer Panel team will be attending an awards ceremony, Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019 along with representatives from other Long Island based companies celebrating their own company nominations.


Newsday has partnered with Energage, a research firm that conducts surveys into organizational health, to identify workplaces on Long Island where employees feel their work is valued; where they identify with the company’s goals and vision; and where they have confidence in their leadership.


The awards honor organizations where employees feel engaged, appreciated and empowered.


Employers can be public or private, for profit or not-for-profit, governmental organizations or businesses.


Anyone may nominate a workplace, including employees, customers, clients, managers or owners.