VendorSeek.com Becomes a "Best Places to Work" Finalist
October 24, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsMt. Laurel, New Jersey, October 24, 2007 – The Philadelphia Business Journal has nominated VendorSeek.com as a finalist in their Best Places to Work in the Philadelphia region program. The company received the honor due to its celebrated work atmosphere, benefits, working conditions, and ideology.
VendorSeek was one amongst hundreds of candidates at the onset of the evaluation. The Mt. Laurel-based company was elected as one of fifty finalists to make the prestigious list due to offered benefits and programs as assessed by VendorSeek employees.
"Employees are the foundation of any company," states VendorSeek President, Ken Wisnefski. "Ingenuity and the pragmatic steps needed to establish a business would not be possible without them. Their satisfaction is warranted and VendorSeek’s success is contingent upon it."
"I love working here," relates customer service agent, Eddie Cilurso III. "VendorSeek provides employees with a voice and everyone here contributes towards our victories."
"We are proud of the feedback our employees provided and honored to be a finalist," quotes James Keough, Director of Marketing. "VendorSeek is a special place to work because of our attentiveness to each employee and our efficient lines of communication existing throughout the company. We think very highly of our employees and each one of them reciprocates the sentiment; the award is a testament to our culture here."
The Philadelphia Business Journal features the winning companies in an addendum to their October 19 issue. Finalists are entitled to showcase the 2007 "Best Places to Work" seal on their Web sites and public relations material.
The program was started in June by the Philadelphia Business Journal and involved tabulating the results of thousands of online surveys completed by employees in order to establish a rank order. Top companies shared impressive reviews by employees in relation to work-life balance, respect and caring for employees, recognition of accomplishments, teamwork, and community.
"This is a well-coveted award," states Wisnefski, "because it is not primarily based on outside factors or assessment. The decoration comes from the employees and their thoughts on the company. We have a phenomenal dynamic at work here, and I am so pleased that we have been recognized for that."
The VendorSeek Web site, found at www.vendorseek.com, enables buyers to place requests and get free quotes, while qualified vendors can become a part of the system. The site offers articles relating to their service categories through their Industry Experts section.