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Courier Wins Top Recognition in Best Workplace in America Competition

Wednesday, October 09, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

NORTH CHELMSFORD, Mass.--Oct. 7, 2002--Courier Corporation has been named "Best of the Best" - the top recognition in the Best Workplace in America competition. This award is sponsored by the Printing Industry of America (PIA), and is open to all graphic arts companies. It recognizes companies that provide a superior work environment through their culture, philosophies and human resource practices. This is the third consecutive year that the PIA has recognized Courier as a standout in this competition and the second year in a row as "Best of the Best." A team of expert judges reviews entrants in the Best Workplace in America contest in the following categories: -- Work environment/culture -- Training and development -- Retirement programs -- Personal/work-life balance -- Recognition and rewards -- Health and well-being programs "It is very satisfying to receive this award again," said Jim Conway, Courier's President and CEO. "At Courier we work hard to nurture an environment where employees' skills are developed and their contributions are recognized." About Courier Corporation Courier Corporation publishes, prints and sells books. Headquartered in North Chelmsford, MA, Courier has three lines of business: full-service book manufacturing, specialty book publishing and customized education. For more information, visit www.courier.com.




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