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July 24, 2017
Fintech: Best Small Company - No. 12

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“He (CEO) really empowers us to succeed. We do a lot of fun things here.” — Jennifer Lareau (second from right)

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Fintech: Best Small Company - No. 12

What do you like best about your company?

Jennifer Lareau
Marketing specialist
Tampa - Financial services

“I think Fintech does a really great job of harnessing employee growth. They want their employees and are willing to provide whatever resources are necessary for that to happen, continuing education, training, classes, seminars. Our CEO always says, ‘If you need something to do your job, let’s get it for you.’ He really empowers us to succeed. We do a lot of fun things here. We have big Halloween costume contests during the fall. We have award lunches. We basically write down accomplishments and things we want to recognize our fellow employees and teammates for and we put them in the ‘star box.’ Once a month we have a company lunch and acknowledge and recognize all the great things the employees have done for the company and each other. We’ve taken trips to the beach. We do holiday parties. We have 100% company paid medical with dependents. Ten percent match 401(k). We have a masseuse come in and do company massages once a quarter maybe.”

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