2012 Best Places to Work in PA Award Competition Launched
The competition for a coveted spot on the 2012 list of the 100 Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania has officially opened. Nominations for these valuable awards are now being accepted online at www.bestplacestoworkinpa.com.
“Team Pennsylvania Foundation is proud to be a founding partner and annual supporter of the 100 Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania,” said Foundation Board Co-chair, and CEO of Winner International, Karen Winner Sed. “This award, which celebrated its tenth anniversary in 2009, has become an established benchmark for great businesses in Pennsylvania. It is a standard of achievement and a distinction that makes your business more attractive to both clients and employees. I encourage every business that is eligible in the commonwealth to go through the nomination process.”
Designed to recognize two types of businesses, the program ranks 50 medium-sized companies (25-249 employees) and 50 large-sized companies (250 employees or more). A company’s participation often leads to valuable and unique long-term benefits for its corporate climate and for its employee recruitment efforts.
To be eligible, participating companies must meet the following criteria:
- Be a for-profit or not-for-profit business.
- Be a publicly or privately held business.
- Have a facility in Pennsylvania.
- Have at least 25 employees in Pennsylvania.
- Be in good standing with all commonwealth agencies under the governor’s jurisdiction.
- Meet the nomination deadline: Friday, June 8, 2012
The Best Places to Work in PA program, created in 2000 and awarded annually, is modeled after Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Places to Work.” The 2012 Best Places competition is a public/private partnership of Team Pennsylvania Foundation; the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED); and the Central Penn Business Journal.
For more information on the Best Places to Work in PA, please visit www.bestplacestoworkinpa.com.
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