Intelligrated recognized as a top Cincinnati workplace for 2013
Intelligrated placed sixth in the large company category.
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Intelligrated, a leading North American-based automated material handling solutions provider, has been recognized as a top workplace in the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area by the Cincinnati Enquirer for 2013. Intelligrated placed sixth in the large company category.
Assisted by research firm Workplace Dynamics, the Enquirer assembled survey responses from more than 27,000 employees from 128 businesses in the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area. The responses were used to evaluate companies based on their leadership, communication, career opportunities, work environment, managerial skills, pay and benefits. Through their analysis, Workplace Dynamics and the Enquirer found that top ranked workplaces are not only better places to work, but are more likely to be successful than peer organizations.
The results were published in the June 16 edition of the Sunday Enquirer. Intelligrated is the youngest company recognized in its category, and 2013 marks the company’s debut appearance on the top workplaces list.
“At Intelligrated we have a culture of integrity, teamwork and respect that is essential to our success,” said Chris Cole, CEO, Intelligrated. “Recognition from the Enquirer is a great honor and testament to everyone involved with our company.”
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