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PeopleTec Recognized As One of the “Best Places to Work” in Huntsville/Madison County for 2011

Huntsville, AL –  PeopleTec, Inc. has been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work” in Huntsville/Madison County for 2011.

The announcement was made at the 4th Annual Best Places to Work Luncheon, hosted by the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce and the North Alabama Society for Human Resource Management (NASHRM) on Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at the Von Braun Center. Over 100 companies were nominated and more than 70 qualified for the annual award, which is based on employee-completed surveys. PeopleTec was one of 15 companies awarded the designation this year and one of five companies in the medium size category (75-249 employees).

Terry Jennings, PeopleTec Co-founder, states “This is our employees’ award. We are honored and humbled that we were selected to be the recipient of this prestigious award based on survey results from our employees. It’s our goal to be an Employer of Choice, and this award reinforces that we are on the right path”.

PeopleTec Co-founder, Doug Scalf, added “Our founding principle has been to create and embrace a professional environment that places the highest emphasis on customer and employee satisfaction. Our employees exemplify this principle through the exceptional support they provide to our customers on a daily basis. We recognize that customer satisfaction depends on happy employees and we value the opportunity to create an environment where people are excited to come to work each day. It’s truly the “People” at PeopleTec that have made this one of the best places to work.”

We are also proud to announce that for the 2nd year in a row, Susie Vaughn was selected as a “Best Employee” in Huntsville/Madison County. Susie was one of nine winners chosen from a field of over 800 local employees and she was nominated by her fellow employees within the company. Other PeopleTec employees recognized as contenders for this award were Anna Catherine Cowley, Stefanie Smith and Chris Hemphill.

Source: PeopleTec