October 30, 2014
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peak10.com

Jacksonville • Tampa • Fort Lauderdale

#1 Large Company

For six years straight, Florida Trend magazine has named Peak 10 one of the Best Companies To Work For In Florida. Happy, productive and loyal employees are the most important asset that any company can have, and Peak 10 places great emphasis on helping employees strike the right balance between work responsibilities and their personal lives.

Much of that takes the form of on-the-job perks that make coming to work more enjoyable and help employees live well, feel great and have fun. Among them: monthly wellness lunch-and-learns, on-site health screenings, costume contests, wellness reimbursements, employee rewards and recognition programs, "Bring Your Child to Work Day," charitable giving activities throughout the year and much more.

That's not to say it's all fun and games at Peak 10. Employees work hard, but they also have a lot of opportunities to "play hard." There's a reason that one of the core values posted throughout the company's facilities in 10 key U.S. markets is "humility" and states: "We take our work seriously but not ourselves." With one of the highest customer satisfaction ratings in the industry and as a regular on the list of best places to work, it's obvious that the Peak 10 approach to work/life balance is working.

Learn more about Peak 10 by visiting www.peak10.com.

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