Richmond Top Workplaces Program Recognizes WCG for Second Year

West Cary Group Honored with Top 20 Spot in Richmond Top Workplaces Program


We’re thrilled to share that West Cary Group (WCG) was recognized as a Richmond Top Workplace winner for 2022! The announcement came during a special ceremony hosted by the Richmond Times-Dispatch and employee engagement technology partner Energage on May 26, 2022. This is the second consecutive Top Workplaces award for our agency. Last year, we placed number 23 in the small business category. 

“To earn recognition as one of the best places to work in Greater Richmond is an honor. To improve upon our standing is even more gratifying,” said Moses Foster, WCG President and CEO. “We fuel winning creative for our clients through constant optimization and refinement, so it’s great when we can apply those same principles to our organization. This shows that we’re staying true to our values of diversity, inclusion, and belonging, and we’re cultivating a space where all our team members know their contributions matter – even during a period of explosive growth.” 

WCG has 94 employees, more than half of whom have been hired in the past year. Last month, our agency held a 15th anniversary event to celebrate our progress and evolution. 

Recognition for Top Workplaces is based solely on employee feedback gathered by a third-party survey administered by Energage. The anonymous survey uniquely measures 15 culture drivers that are critical to the success of any organization. This year, WCG was one of only 87 area companies to be honored.  

“Our team members span the country – from Ohio to New Jersey to our home state of Virginia,” said WCG Human Resources Business Partner Krystal Baldwin. “Before our anniversary celebration last month when we transported everyone who could travel to Richmond, many of us had never met each other in person. So, I think it’s amazing that we’re able to build this strong bond and nurture a culture of belonging across the miles.” 

This year, we were awarded the number 15 spot.

When you feel your best, you’re able to produce your best. Together, we’re looking forward to furthering our story, delivering innovative strategies, and driving ROI for our clients.

Dan Baker, WCG Chief Analytics Officer

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2021 Top Workplaces Program Honors WCG

West Cary Group Honored as Top Workplace in Richmond Region

Yesterday, West Cary Group was recognized as one of the best places to work in the Richmond region. The announcement came during a special 2021 Top Workplaces program virtual ceremony hosted by the Richmond Times-Dispatch. This honor comes on the heels of agency President and CEO Moses Foster’s induction into the Greater Richmond Business Hall of Fame last week.

“Since our founding in 2007, our firm has fiercely held to the belief that bringing together a collection of talented people with different backgrounds, perspectives and experiences would deliver better outcomes,” said Moses Foster, West Cary Group President and CEO. “Fourteen years later, we still believe in creating an inclusive space where every team member feels valued so we can deliver the best contributions – both to our clients and our community. This recognition validates how we’ve built our company.”

The Richmond Times-Dispatch collaborated with Pennsylvania-based employee research firm Energage to recognize and celebrate the winners of the publication’s eighth annual Top Workplaces program. This year, they received anonymous survey responses from about 16,000 employees providing sentiment ratings on various aspects of workplace life, spanning from management, leadership, benefits and pay to community involvement and promoting diversity. Employers that scored the highest locally – and exceeded national benchmarks – made the list.

This was West Cary Group’s first entry in the small business category and its first win.

“This is a particularly exciting honor for us, especially given the challenges of the past year. In spite of working remotely, we found new ways to connect. Together, we even launched social justice initiatives to help support the Richmond community. And we’re thrilled to say that we’ve now grown our team to the largest size ever in our company’s history.”

Monica Dodd, WCG Senior Director of Human Resources

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