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EasyCare Makes ‘Best and Brightest Companies To Work For’ List

February 7, 2017

NORCROSS, Ga. — The National Association for Business Resources (NABR) named EasyCare to its “Best and Brightest Companies To Work For” list, the F&I product provider announced this week. 

The list of companies is compiled by the NABR in partnership with an independent research firm. Analysts apply a number of key measures to determine the winners, including compensation and benefits, employee education and development, diversity and inclusion, employee engagement, work-life balance, and more.

“Profitability and stability is essential for businesses in today’s economic climate. Companies that recognize that their employees are the key to their success achieve staying power,” said Jennifer Kluge, president and CEO of the NABR. “Our 2016 winners create their human resource standards to ensure employee satisfaction and they set standards for every business to aspire toward.”

Larry Dorfman, EasyCare’s CEO, credited the company’s consistent adherence to its core values for its inclusion on NABR’s “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” list.

“Our core values represent a promise to our employees as well as our clients. We know that without passionate and engaged employees we cannot expect to create passionate and engaged customers,” Dorfman said. “This distinction stretches across our entire APCO Holdings Inc. enterprise and includes our team of 500-plus employees from GWC, Covideo and our EasyCare Customer Care Center. We are honored to be included to this exclusive group of companies that understand that our employees’ wellbeing and fulfillment are truly the building blocks of our success.”

For the complete “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” list, click here. For more on EasyCare, click here.

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  1. 1. carl snyder [ February 13, 2017 @ 05:45AM ]

    Good Morning. The link you provided for a list of "Best and Brightest Companies to Work For" is the nomination page.

 

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