National 2014 Winner of 101 Best and Brightest Companies To Work For™

National 2014 Winner of 101 Best and Brightest Companies To Work For™

NationalBBlogowin14_RGBMaven Wave is excited to announce that we have been named one of the National 2014 Winners of 101 Best and Brightest Companies To Work For™. Of the hundreds of nominations received, Maven Wave made the list of companies who are succeeding in today’s economy and demonstrating best practices in human resources.

The 2014 winners were assessed by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR), an independent research firm which reviewed a number of key measurements, such as employee enrichment, employee development, recruitment, communication, work-life balance, and community initiatives. The 101 companies on the list demonstrate innovative strategies and best practices in human resources.

This recognition comes just a few months after we were recognized as a 101 Best and Brightest Companies To Work For™ in Chicago. It is an honor for us to have made the national list as well and demonstrates our ongoing growth. To support this growth, we continue to hire the industry’s top talent. We continue to put an increased focus on employee enrichment, work-life balance, and community initiatives to attract and retain our employees. You can view the full list of 2014 winners here.

Interested in working for a National Best & Brightest Company? Check out our careers page for current openings.

2016-12-06T15:47:54+00:00December 10, 2014|Categories: News/Events|Tags: , , , |

About the Author:

Maven Wave
Companies seeking to accelerate performance rely on Maven Wave for strategy-led, results-focused consulting and technology advancement. Our solutions enable enterprises, people, and machines to collaborate and communicate anytime, anywhere, on any device. Through the power of social networks, a mobile workforce, and the capacity for analytics to drive decision making, Maven Wave delivers innovative business solutions that are made possible by the emerging global ubiquity of cloud computing.