Videojet Technologies, a global leader in coding, marking and variable data printing solutions, have been recognized by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR) as one of the 2017 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®. The competition identifies and recognizes companies that deliver exceptional human resource practices and an impressive commitment to their employees.
This year, 2,000 companies were nominated for the honor and 437 were selected as winners, including Videojet. In addition to being named a national winner, Videojet was recognized as a high scoring winner in NABR's new subcategory, the top 101 National winning companies.
"Improving engagement and our work environment is a continuous improvement process, and we're proud to be recognized by the NABR, said Rich Wachter, Vice President of Human Resources for Videojet and the Product Identification Platform at Danaher. Wachter adds, "This honor reaffirms our commitment to investing in the development of our associates and how our leadership team is focusing on a number of initiatives that are making Videojet an even better place to work."
The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® competition assesses organizations based on categories such as communication, employee education, diversity, recognition, development, retention and more. In addition, national winning companies were assessed by an independent research firm that reviewed a number of key measures relative to other nationally recognized winners.
According to NABR President and CEO, Jennifer Kluge, "National companies realize that their employees are key to business success. The companies that were selected demonstrated innovative human resource practices. They intentionally keep employee needs at the forefront of their policies." We are very impressed by the commitment that they have demonstrated to their employees.
Videojet will receive additional recognition as a national top 101 winning company at the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® awards symposium and gala on July 16, 2018, in Chicago.