YKK AP Honored as 2018 Top Workplace in Atlanta
YKK AP has been honored as part of the 2018 Top Workplace in Atlanta awards by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Top Workplaces, announced on AJC.com, recognize 150 companies as Top Workplaces and 32 organizations as Workplace Achievers. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and its partner Energage (formerly Workplace Dynamics) who hosted the contest, a common theme among employees at all of the winning companies was the “genuine care from their employer and an investment in each and every one of their employees.”
“We are incredibly honored to be a part of this prestigious award,” said Oliver Stepe, president of YKK AP America Inc. “As an organization, we are constantly striving to be better – a better employer and a better partner. We will continue to evolve with our employees and our community to attract the best talent and help our employees achieve their full potential.”
More than 2,300 companies were nominated or requested to participate in the 2018 Top Workplaces awards. YKK AP was recognized in a new category this year, Workplace Achievers. The category recognizes 32 organizations whose employee feedback scores exceeded the national standards benchmark to be considered a Top Workplace.
View the full list of 2018 Top Workplaces here: http://on-ajc.com/2FL7gdt.
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