August 23, 2014

Time is running out to register for Florida's Best Companies To Work For

The registration deadline is January 24.

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Florida Trend is searching for Florida's best workplaces in the 6th annual Florida's Best Companies To Work For program. Participation in the program is free, and companies with at least 15 full-time, regular employees are eligible and encouraged to participate.

"Our goal is to recognize the companies that have built productive workplaces for their employees, strengthening their own as well as Florida's competitive advantage in the national and global arenas," says Florida Trend Publisher Andrew Corty.

The rating process is conducted by Best Companies Group and is based on an assessment of the employers' policies and procedures combined with the results of an employee survey. The registration deadline is January 24, and 100 winning companies will be recognized in Florida Trend's August 2014 issue.

The statewide Best Companies To Work For program is endorsed by the HR Florida State Council, the state affiliate for the Society of Human Resource Management. For more information on the program and the registration process, go to www.bestcompaniesfl.com.

Check out last year's section here.

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