100 Best Places to Work in IT 2007

A sense of commitment, and connection, keeps IT staffers at these top companies jazzed up about work.

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To do that, Drewry got the company involved in the Society for Information Management's Regional Leadership Forum, a leadership development and training course. Last year, 30 mid- and high-level managers from various IT units attended the program together. According to McKeon, it was life-changing. "I now have literally 30 people who I can pick up the phone and reach out to when I'm in a bind, strictly based on the relationship we built going through that program together," she says.

Ties like these make Chubb a place worth going to every day for McKeon. "I've always said that if I'm in a position where I'm going to work for a paycheck, I'm in the wrong place," she says. "The pay is nice, but I need to come home at the end of the day and feel good about what I did."

Brandel is a Computerworld contributing writer. Contact her at marybrandel@verizon.net.

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