Franklin Communications Honored as Best Workplace in the Americas
Press release from the issuing company
MIAMI, FLORIDA – December 10, 2008 – Printing Industries of America/Graphic Arts Technical Foundation (PIA/GATF) announced today that Franklin Communications has again been recognized as a winner in the Best Workplace in the Americas Awards. Franklin won in the medium-sized company category of 101-250 employees. The award recognizes graphic arts companies that exhibit outstanding human relations efforts that contribute to a successful workplace. Applicants were judged on eight criteria: Management Practices; Work Environment; Training and Development Opportunities; Financial Security; Workplace Health and Safety; Work-Life Balance; Recognition and Rewards; and Health and Wellness Programs. This is the second time in three years that Franklin as been awarded this honor.
“We take pride in providing a progressive, healthy and fostering work environment for our valued employees,” said Peter J. Dunne, President of Franklin Communications. “Our extremely low turnover rate is an indicator of how we care for our employees. Some staff have been with us over 30 years.” Michael Makin, President and CEO of PIA/GATF, commented “the judges found that Franklin’s human relations practices and their application on a day-to-day basis to be among the best in the country.”
Franklin Communications is an award-winning graphic communication company the offering design, pre-press, sheetfed and non-heatset web printing, variable data printing and a full compliment of finishing and mailing services. Franklin additionally offers web-based ordering and fulfillment systems, database services, and customer access to current and historical job data.
For more information about Franklin Communications contact Peter J. Dunne at (305) 633-9779 ext.1227 or visit the company’s website at: http://www.franklincomm.com. For more information on Printing Industries of America/GATF visit www.gain.net.
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