Suntiva has been named one of the Washingtonian’s 2017 Best Places to Work. This marks the third time for Suntiva as a recipient of this prestigious award. This year's 50 winning workplaces were chosen on the basis of such measures as: generous pay and benefits, interesting and meaningful work, great work/life balance, opportunities to learn and grow, financial stability, commitment to charity and community, and the recognition and respect given to employees.
“At Suntiva, we provide opportunities for employees to be heard, to make a difference, and to personally impact the business,” said Suntiva President and CEO Hany Malik. “Our employees truly love the work they do and are passionate about helping our clients transform their organizations and businesses to improve mission achievement by connecting people, process and technology. I’m a firm believer that our employees are the core to our success!”
At Suntiva, our core values, embody great minds and great hearts, assume good intentions, foster teamwork and collaboration, do the right thing all the time and hold ourselves accountable for results, are the key pillars for how we operate our business. Suntiva maintains our culture and values though our commitment to giving back to our community, ongoing recognition programs and through company events, such as our Holiday Party, outing to a Nationals Baseball game, and annual Springfest event. In addition, Suntiva encourages our employees to achieve their maximum potential by supporting participation in new programs for training, career development and wellness programs.About Suntiva:
Suntiva is a business transformation and technology company located in Falls Church, VA, serving government agencies. We enable our clients to improve performance through people, process, and technology in significant, measurable, and sustainable ways. We provide mission critical information technology, digital transformation, organizational performance, human capital, and acquisition lifecycle solutions—with great minds and great hearts.