Two Loudoun companies among ‘Best Places to Work’
Two Loudoun businesses made the list of the Washington Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work” in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Each placed ninth in its size category.
Sterling-based N.E.W. placed made the list in the ‘Large companies with local headquarters’ category.
Ashburn-based BTI earned the spot in the ‘Small companies’ category.
N.E.W. Customer Service Cos. Inc. specializes in post-sale customer care that provides extended-services plans, buyer-protection services and product support for retailers, manufacturers, utilities and financial services firms.
The Washington Business Journal listed the company’s perks and benefits as follows:
Three weeks’ vacation; on-site fitness center or instruction; wellness/stress management program; outside vendor discounts and/or company products or service discounts; in-house training/development; reimbursement for approved workshops, outside training and conferences; college reimbursement and reimbursement for professional association dues and active mentoring.
BTI, an architectural design, implementation and deployment of Web services firm, was listed as having the following perks and benefits:
More than four weeks’ vacation; in-house training/development; reimbursement for approved workshops, outside training and conferences; college reimbursement; an active mentoring program; $250 for each BTI team member to donate to a charity of the employee’s choice at Christmas; free premarital counseling.
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