TMC Announces Call for Applications for the 2016 TMCnet Tech Culture Award
Award Recognizes Companies Providing Innovative Employee Benefits and Work Environments
Norwalk, CT, January 14, 2016- TMC, a global, integrated media company helping clients build communities in print, in person and online, announced today that applications are now being accepted for the 2016 TMCnet Tech Culture Award.
The TMCnet Tech Culture Award seeks to recognize the best-of-the-best work cultures within the technology sector. Honoring organizations committed to continuously improving the work-life balances of their employees including, but not limited to, growth potential, onsite culinary and recreational benefits, team building atmosphere, flexible hours, tuition and training programs, and attractive investment options, this award will distinguish technology organizations seeking to attract top talent.
'TMC is thrilled to announce the call for applications for the 2016 TMCnet Tech Culture Award,' said Rich Tehrani (News - Alert), CEO, TMC. 'We invite technology firms from all walks of life to apply for the TMCnet Tech Culture Award to differentiate their organization within an increasingly competitive talent pool. This award will recognize organizations whose missions include providing a culture of employee satisfaction, morale and commitment,' Tehrani continued.
Winners of a 2016 TMCnet Tech Culture Award will be featured in an extensive media campaign highlighting their achievement, including the differentiating factors that lead to their selection. In addition, each winning company receives unlimited license to the award logo for use in all marketing and PR efforts.
Learn more and apply: http://techculture.tmcnet.com.
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Edited by Kyle Piscioniere