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JLG Named One of The Washington Post’s 2024 Top Workplaces

JLG Industries, Inc., an Oshkosh Corporation company [NYSE:OSK] and a leading global manufacturer of mobile elevating work platforms (MEWPs) and telehandlers, has been named one of The Washington Post’s 2024 Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area. Selection is based solely on employee feedback gathered through an anonymous third-party survey administered by research partner Energage, LLC, which measured several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution and connection.

“Everything we do at JLG honors our 55+ year history of innovative product design and progressive manufacturing, as well as workplace transformation efforts which include team member career growth and skills development. We focus on fostering an inclusive and collaborative environment and lead from a ‘People First’ culture philosophy — from employees to customers, even suppliers and the local communities in which we live and work,” said Maria Silva, JLG’s vice president of human resources. “Being named a Top Workplace is an outstanding recognition that truly sets our company apart. We are so honored to receive this award, especially because the judges were our employees!”

The Washington Post hosted an awards ceremony on Thursday, June 20, to recognize JLG and other top-ranked companies, including technology companies, government contractors, real estate firms, and financial service providers.

“For more than a decade, The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces list has served as an essential resource for D.C. area professionals, equipping them with unparalleled insight into the best local companies to work for as heard directly from their employees,” said Bronwen Latimer, the editor for Special Initiatives at The Washington Post. “This year we have highlighted 250 companies — more than ever before — giving a more robust picture of the current employee experience in the area.”

For more about The Washington Post’s best places to work in the Washington D.C. area and to see the full list of this year’s honorees, visit Top Workplaces 2024.

For more information on JLG, visit JLG.com.

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