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CONSTANT is Certified as a Great Place to Work for the Second Year

(Torrance, CA) October 27, 2021 – CONSTANT is thrilled to announce we have earned certification as a Great Place to Work ® for the second year in a row! This year 85% of our team members said CONSTANT is a great place to work—26 points higher than the average U.S. company. Amid a challenging year with a pandemic and introduction to remote capabilities, our People First, Mission Focused approach proved successful. Thank you to our team members who genuinely make CONSTANT a great place to work every day!


Great Place to Work ® is an established authority on workplace culture that utilizes over 30 years of benchmarked data to classify businesses as such. Its recognition is based entirely on the deployed survey that allows leadership to receive first-hand reports of how employees rate the workplace culture and insights related to current strengths and areas to focus on for improvement.


“This certification is important as it helps us take team member feedback and continually make CONSTANT an even better place for our people to grow and work and attract great talent in a very competitive environment,” said Maggie Peters, Director of People and Culture.


The culture at CONSTANT is an open environment that encourages innovation, dedication, and camaraderie. We strive to serve as an optimal employer for our team members while taking care of our people. This includes fostering a culture of teamwork, installing mechanisms to ensure we have the right people for peak performance, and prioritizing professional development and mentorship, amongst other strategies.


Media Contact: Maggie Peters, (386) 888-8327,



CONSTANT Associates is an award-winning disaster and crisis management firm, certified as an 8(a) and Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Business (EDWOSB) with a 19-year history of helping clients across all levels of government and the private sector prepare for catastrophic health emergencies and disasters.