ORLANDO, FL (PRWEB) July 1, 2005
Dynetech Corporation (http://www.dynetech.com), a leading enterprise development and management company, was named the Best Place to Work for 2005 in the giant business category by the Orlando Business Journal.
As a high performance company, Dynetech recognizes the talents of its employees and offers them growth opportunities to develop their skills and advance their careers. With one of the lowest employee turnover rates in the industry, Dynetech is dedicated to meeting and exceeding its employeesÂ career expectations.
This entrepreneurial organization also has unique family feel to it. And as with most families, food seems to be one thing that brings everybody together. With a warehouse team who eats lunch together everyday, an organizational development department who coordinates monthly birthday celebrations, and event planners who host covered dish luncheons, itÂs no wonder Michelle Morse, vice president of marketing operations says, ÂWe eat a lot.Â
Dynetech satisfies more than its employees hunger. The company organizes numerous programs and events for its Associates and the community at large. After the 2004 hurricanes, the company held a fundraiser in which it matched $2 for every $1 donated by employees. Dynetech also offers Vendor Day Â an afternoon when outside companies, as well as internal employees with a craft or merchandise to sell, set up shop in the Dynetech hallways and sell their wares.
Product specialist, Nina De Pew who has participated in a number of Vendor Day events selling one-of-a kind photography greeting cards and hand-made jewelry says, ÂItÂs nice to share your creative talents and get positive feedback from your colleagues.Â
On a daily basis it is the open communication between DynetechÂs management team and their employees that sustains the family spirit and is key to DynetechÂs success. Juan Moa, organizational development trainer, sees the companyÂs Training Day as the clearest example of DynetechÂs dedication to open communication. During these all-day events, held two or three times a year at local hotels, Dynetech employees enjoy breakfast, lunch, and entertainment while they hear product reports and company updates.
Moa says, ÂImagine that... a company that tells me how they are doing.Â
And Dynetech wants to know how its employees are doing too. Each December, founder and CEO Laurence Pino (http://www.whoislarrypino.com) hand writes a personal holiday card for each employee. As the company has grown from 50 to more than 500 Associates, knowing each employee and his/her family members is no small feat. But for Larry, and Âhe is Larry, just Larry, not Mr. Pino,Â explains warehouse manager Steve Hunter, knowing how his people are doing and what he can do to make their lives better is an important part of the companyÂs vision.
Adds Morse, ÂWe pay constant attention to the individual.Â