World VoIP NewsABG Capital, subsidary of VoIP Innovations, acquires the ranking of Best Place to Work  ABG Capital, subsidary of VoIP Innovations, acquires the ranking of Best Place to Work

ABG Capital, subsidary of VoIP Innovations, acquires the ranking of Best Place to Work


ABG Capital, subsidary of VoIP Innovations, acquires the ranking of Best Place to Work
The overall performance of any organization should be evaluated and recorded keeping in mind and remembering such a basic and most important factor, as is its internal organization, daily working processes and interrelations between departments.
When a staff or such organization truly enjoys going to work each particular day, all other factors and features look to be inserted into relevant place. It is the factual instance and live example for ABG Capital, working in the VoIP industry as a privately owned entity and prominent VoIP Innovations’ mother-company, who acquired the 14th ranking in a roster of the 71 best small to medium-sized business bodies to work for in Pennsylvania.“The general commitment of ABG Capital is a human and working environment, thus arranging the work environment, where businesses itself and involved people just satisfied,” boasted officials from VoIP Innovations. Also, the company has been marked by the Pittsburgh Business Times as honorable 41st position in their list of Best Places to Work in Western Pennsylvania – the organization’s sixth tangible success in time period of the last eight years. “The unique regional business efficiency estimation initiative named as the Best Places to Work, evaluates and lines up the reported best locations of employment in the State, taking into consideration workers’ overall satisfaction and involvement, as well as companies’ workforce retention practices and approaches,” explain officials from the magazine. “In order to claim this specific and honorable award, businesses are required to cover the assessment procedures, when workers are requested to fill special Benefits and Policies Questionnaires and dedicated surveys on several parameters. When this data and feedback are collected, Best Companies Group process and interpolate the information to figure out company’s position in list if feasible.” Appraised to have been marked continuously for its tough work and focus on a success, ABG Capital’s HR Manager, Sharon Kolesar, stated that “in our organization we do whatever deemed necessary to cherish a healthy life balance for our workers. When we get the feedback, that more than 75 percent of our ranking is built on our employees’ information and comments, is the tangible evidence, that our culture is efficient.” Recently ABG has worked actively, in order to mitigate the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy by raising funds and offerings.


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