Colorado Springs, CO (June 30, 2022)—Summit Wealth Group, a group of independent financial advisors and support staff with branch offices located throughout the country, today announced that Inc Magazine has ranked Summit Wealth Group among the Best Workplaces in America for 2022.
“We are honored to be included on such a prestigious list alongside the country's most reputable companies.” said CEO Randy Morris. “Working at Summit means being part of a team on a mission. We are not just here to collect a paycheck. We are solving complex problems for our clients, helping them through difficult life transitions and guiding them towards a life full of meaning. That deep sense of purpose is what drives our team to want to succeed. I could not be prouder of the high-level staff we have in place representing Summit Wealth Group.”
"Summit's purpose of helping people navigate the path to a better, more secure future applies to our clients and extends to our employees." said HR Director Carmelle Nemechek. "Therefore, we believe it is critical to frame and communicate our vision, mission, and values and give our employees the "why" before the "how" to provide a true sense of purpose in their journey with Summit and serving our clients. I want to recognize each employee for their dedication to Summit Wealth Group and our clients."
The list can be found here. The ranking reflects the Best Workplaces for 2022, according to Inc Magazine. The Best Workplaces list was determined by calculating engagement scores and benefits scores for thousands of applicants. Employees at each company completed a 37-item questionnaire. Benefits and perks, including health insurance and 401(k)s, were considered as well.
About Summit Wealth Group
Summit Wealth Group has been providing individuals and organizations with financial guidance since 2002. Headquartered in Colorado Springs with 8 branch offices located throughout the country, Summit Wealth Group’s team takes pride in crafting unique strategies for each client.
2022 Inc. Magazine's Best Workplaces, based on a calculation of engagement scores and benefits scores for thousands of applicants. Employees at each company completed a 37-item questionnaire. Benefits and perks, including health insurance and 401(k)s, were considered as well. This is not specific to financial services and does not imply an endorsement, recommendation, or reflect the performance of the advisor. Click here for more information.