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Arkansas Business presents Arkansas' Best Places to Work for 2013

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Do you want your company to be a great place to work?
Do you want to improve productivity and morale?

The Arkansas Best Places to Work program can help you leverage your most valuable business asset – your employees.

The Best Places program is far more than an awards competition. While there will be some companies named as one of Arkansas’ Best Places to Work, all companies who participate will benefit from the employee survey feedback. As an employer, you will gain insight into the feelings and opinions of one of your most valuable company assets---your employees. Happy employees are not only engaged, but are more productive and will typically remain long-term with a company.

This is an opportunity to gather valuable data and affordable insight about your employees and improve your workforce. By participating, you will receive:

  • A confidential, in-depth evaluation gauging employee engagement and satisfaction
  • Average benchmark scores to help identify company strengths and weaknesses according to your employees
  • A chance to be recognized in Arkansas Business as one of Arkansas' Best Places to Work
  • Public Relations, Marketing and Recruiting Advantages

The Best Places program offers employees the opportunity to rate their feelings about the company, and their job satisfaction in many areas. This is feedback that employers will greatly value to help make their company even better.

The Arkansas Best Places to Work program replaces the Governor’s Work Life Balance Awards.

Click here to register.

Deadline is April 26.


Click here to download the Best Places to Work flier.


The Award is proudly brought to you by:
Arkansas BusinessArkansas SHRM State Council, Inc.Arkansas Department of HealthStamp Out Smoking Arkansas Department of Health
Arkansas State UniversityArkansas Economic Development CommissonYour Tobacco Settlement Dollars at Work

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