Visual Systems Recognized as Best of the Best Workplace in America
Press release from the issuing company
MILWAUKEE – Visual Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of book components, overhead transparencies and ancillary products for educational and supplemental textbooks, was recognized with the "Best of the Best" workplace in America award (www.gain.net/PIA_GATF/awards/BWA/main.html) by Master Printers of America for its superior employment practices. Only one of 37 companies to receive this award, Visual Systems has been recognized as a best workplace for three consecutive years.
"We’ve always prided ourselves on providing a positive work environment, one that encourages the well being of our associates," said John Burg, president of Visual Systems. "Our organization strives to have associates who enjoy working everyday."
The "Best of the Best" workplace award is given to organizations in the printing and graphic arts industries that exceed several criteria and illustrate the following workplace characteristics: the development of a model work environment, ample training, development opportunities, financial security, practice of personal/work-life balance, a commitment to employee reward programs and health and well-being initiatives.
Master Printers of America (www.masterprinters.org) is a national trade association serving the graphic arts industry. For more than 60 years, the association has served the human relations needs of the members of the Printing Industries of America (www.gain.net), the world’s largest graphic arts trade association promoting the interests of more than 13,000 member companies. According to the Master Printers of America, individual human relations are an integral part of successful companies. The organization strives to assist graphic arts organizations in developing and maintaining these relations.
Founded in 1961, Visual Systems is a leading book components, overhead transparency and ancillary products supplier for educational textbook and supplemental publishers in the
For additional information about Visual Systems, please call (414) 464-8333 or visit the Internet at www.visualsystemsinc.com.
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