LHP Engineering Solutions

LHP Latest News Blog

LHP Named Best Companies for Work-Life Balance

COLUMBUS, IN., October 02, 2018, /PRNewswire/ -- LHP Engineering Solutions (LHP), a global engineering services provider and technology integrator within the automotive industry, announced that the company was recognized in the 2018 Q3 Comparably Awards for ‘Best Companies for Work-Life Balance.’ Comparably’s "Best Of" lists are derived from sentiment ratings provided by employees who anonymously rated their employers on Comparably.com. There were no fees or costs associated with participating, nor was nomination required.

comparablybanner1-1

Comparably’s ratings reflect employee perspectives on work-life balance. LHP Engineering Solutions' work culture falls within the Top 5% of 1,868 companies of similar size, with 201-500 employees in the United States. Similarly, LHP falls in the top 15% of similarly sized companies for overall employee happiness, with 90% of employees surveyed saying they are satisfied with the current work/life balance within the organization. “This set of Comparably Awards focuses on companies that most reward their employees,” said Jason Nazar, CEO of Comparably. “These employers stand out as the best of the best providing amazing benefits and great work-life balance to foster some of the happiest employees in the United States.”

“LHP is proud to win this award as one of The Best Companies for Work-Life Balance,” says LHP’s Vice President of Administration, Michael Verkamp. “We understand that the knowledge economy is driving the need for progressive companies like LHP to find innovative solutions to achieve high levels of employee engagement and success.  As technology consultants, we know that our employees are our business, and we will continue to employ technology throughout our organization to collaborate and bring our collective base of skills and competencies to serve our growing markets.

As a technology integrator, LHP works with partners and innovators to solve major challenges within the automotive industry and scale complex solutions. “To continue to grow in the competitive automotive market, we require driven, passionate, and innovative employees dedicated to our mission of creating a safer, smarter, and more connected world, and I believe we have that,” says Dave Glass, LHP’s CEO. “LHP would not be where it is today without the hard work and dedication of our nearly 500 employees across five states and three countries.”



Intersted in learning more about LHP Contact Us today 

New Call-to-action


See all LHP Media Releases Here  



About LHP:

LHP knows organizations strive to meet demands for innovation as electronic control unit requirements increase in complexity. LHP creates custom packages to meet customer needs, based on functional safety, Cyber Security, telematics, embedded controls, Internet of Things, Safety Lifecycle Management (SLM), or connectivity.


Since 2001, LHP Engineering Solutions (LHP) has provided engineering services and technology integration for embedded controls, telematics, data analytics, and model-based design. We specialize in creating custom, flexible, and comprehensive technology solutions in the automotive, aerospace, and medical fields. LHP works to provide state of art testing technologies, model-based design concepts, standardized embedded software architecture, high-level technical training, and complete workflow solutions for functional safety. 



Press CTRL + D to bookmark this page.Press Command/Cmd + D to bookmark this page. / Print

Most Recent

LHP and Jama Software have partnered to ensure our visionary clients comply with all relevant functional safety and cybersecurity standards — like ISO 26262 and SAE J3061 — by seamlessly integrating compliance into the product development process.

LHP Engineering Solutions (LHPES), a global engineering services provider and technology integrator, announced plans today to expand its operations in Bartholomew County, creating up to 135 new jobs by 2023.

The autonomous vehicle movement began in 2009 when Google announced their self-driving car project. From there, tech giants such as Tesla, Apple, and Uber jumped on the bandwagon, designing their own software, code, and sensors in hopes of owning the autonomous space. By 2015, there wasn’t a single automaker who could ignore the draw of a self-driving vehicle. Companies such as Ford, Nissan, General Motors, and Mercedes started pouring into R&D in the hopes of being the first to produce an autonomous vehicle.