Channel Ranks Among Highest-Scoring Businesses on Inc.’s 2024 List of Best Workplaces

Channel has been listed among Inc.’s annual Best Workplaces list. The list is the result of a comprehensive measurement of American companies that have excelled in creating exceptional workplaces and company cultures, whether operating in a physical or a virtual facility.

“We are deeply honored to be recognized on Inc.’s Best Workplaces list,” Brad Peterson, CEO of Channel, said. “At Channel, our mission is dedicated to fostering enduring and mutually advantageous partnerships, while investing in the growth and development of our employees within a collaborative, team-oriented environment. By aligning our mission with the goals of our employees, we cultivate a culture where everyone grows and wins together.”

“Each year, Inc.’s Best Workplaces program recognizes the very best in terms of companies that have fostered a truly amazing culture,” Mike Hofman, editor-in-chief of Inc., said. “We use hard metrics and data as well as qualitative measures for judging in order to find the very best — and we’re proud that the program is highly selective.”

“It is a privilege to work alongside such dedicated individuals who share an unwavering commitment to collaboration and team member well-being,” Eli Sethre, chief financial officer of Channel, said. “This nomination reaffirms our belief that investing in our team members not only enhances their individual experiences but also drives our team’s success and reflects our commitment to making Channel a great place to work.”

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