You're probably wondering how we came to this conclusion ...
Over 500 companies around the world use TINYpulse's peer-recognition platform called Cheers for Peers.
We separated the companies into 14 different industries then compared which company sent the most Cheers within their organization over the course of the past six months.
From the business incubator program at LSU, Bin Yu formed HitLIghts in 2010. Their first initative was selling LED-lit t-shirts in the French Quarters of New Orleans while they were still college students. As they claim, "we love LED, we love our proudcts, and we love our customers." As winners of the Employee Recognition Award, now they can also claim that they love their peers.
We got a chance to speak with the team to go behind the scenes of the organization and find out what makes HitLights one of the best places to work. Let's see what they had to say.
A: "Kung Fu Fish."