A Place to Feel Welcome
“AIS has made me feel welcome and appreciated from day one. The employees at the Ohio office are friendly, approachable, and super smart. AIS has gone the extra mile to make sure the office is a safe place to work during the Coronavirus pandemic.” says Nikkala Thomson, a recent hire.
Applied Information Sciences (AIS) was recently named an honoree in the “Best Places to Work” awards by the Dayton Business Journal. After a self-nomination, Quantum Research surveys employees of nominated companies on staff engagement, team effectiveness, manager effectiveness, and other workplace best practices. The results were tallied, and companies ranked from highest score to lowest.
AIS strives to be a friendly, professional, and innovative place to work. Employees are empowered by leadership to manage workloads and research solutions with autonomy. The team works hard to have a healthy team atmosphere – bonding via moral events such as lunch and learns, escape rooms, happy hours, family-friendly game nights, and road trips to Top Golf.
As an ESOP, every employee has ownership in the success of AIS. Employees are regularly asked for ideas on brand building, recruitment, training, and morale events. You can see the bond through events like the annual open house, where there are panel-based discussions for relevant community topics and speed interviews for individuals interested in joining the company. Most of the office contributes to the planning and execution of the open house.
AIS was able to stand out and win the honoree award due to these activities and the people-first mindset. Corporate benefits include technology and wellness reimbursements, on the spot bonuses, and charitable giving matches that distinguish AIS as one of the top places to work.
If you’re committed to curiosity, passionate about emerging technology, and excited to find innovative solutions for the biggest tech challenges – AIS is the place for you.