Broomfield, Colo., May 1, 2014 – MWH Global, the wet infrastructure sector leader and provider of strategic consulting, environmental engineering and construction services, is proud to announce that the company ranks 8th in Woman Engineer Magazine’s 22nd Annual “Top 50 Employers.”
The distinguished list is determined by an annual reader survey distributed to Woman Engineer subscribers. Readers choose the top U.S. based companies, across public and private sectors, for which they would most like to work or whom they believe would provide a positive working environment for women engineers.
“Earning a spot on this Top 50 list demonstrates MWH’s commitment to fostering a positive working environment for women engineers,” said Joann Whitcher, editorial director of Equal Opportunity Publications, Inc. and publisher of Women Engineering magazine. “These are the companies recognized by our readers as delivering the qualities women are looking for in the workplace, such as offering the same opportunities and same pay as their male counterparts, valuing what women bring to the workplace, and providing benefits considered critical.”
The complete ranking list appears in the Woman Engineer’s spring issue and can be viewed online at www.eop.com/awards-WE.php.
“We’re honored to be included in such an illustrious list companies dedicated to creating challenging, satisfying careers for women engineers,” said Betsy Redfern, chief learning officer at MWH. “Creating an environment that not only delivers solutions for our global client base while also offering all employees the opportunity to grow professionally is a core focus at MWH. Our women engineers are some of the best in the industry and we salute their work in helping us in our efforts of Building a Better World.”
About Woman Engineer
Launched in 1979, Woman Engineer is the most widely read recruitment magazine for women engineers in the nation, serving as a career-guidance publication offered at no charge to qualified women engineering, computer science and information technology students and professionals seeking employment and advancement opportunities in their careers. This magazine is read by 56,048 people and goes to all 360 accredited engineering schools at the university placement offices, and to all related student and professional associations and societies.