I Love Rewards is Searching for A-Players in San Francisco this Thursday, May 19, at the W Hotel

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I Love Rewards, the leader in employee rewards and recognition solutions, today announces its biggest recruiting effort in company history, kicking off with an open house at the W Hotel in San Francisco. The launch of its Q3 2011 recruiting round will aid in the company's goal to recruit top talent that is a strong cultural fit as the company aims to double its employee base by the end of December 2011.

Our success is driven by a team that is talented, aligned to our values and invested in what we do

I Love Rewards, the leader in employee rewards and recognition solutions, today announces its biggest recruiting effort in company history, kicking off with an open house at the W Hotel in San Francisco. The launch of its Q3 2011 recruiting round will aid in the company's goal to recruit top talent that is a strong cultural fit as the company aims to double its employee base by the end of December 2011.

I Love Rewards' ongoing campaign to hire forty newly created positions includes a networking event with open bar and appetizers at the W Hotel in the heart of the SoMa district in San Francisco every other Thursday from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. starting on May 19, 2011. Every attendee will have the opportunity to mingle with current employees and meet members of the senior leadership team. To RSVP, please contact elizabeth(dot)kilduff(at)iloverewards(dot)com.

"Our success is driven by a team that is talented, aligned to our values and invested in what we do," said Razor Suleman, Founder and CEO, I Love Rewards. "I Love Rewards has doubled in revenue annually for the past few years and is on track to continue expanding operations. We are looking for results-driven top performers who are ready to take initiative, be challenged and exceed expectations daily to help us achieve our vision of being the global leader in rewards and recognition."

I Love Rewards has an award-winning company culture that embodies core values and rewards employees for their dedication to collective success and has been named:

  •     The American Business Awards Fastest Growing Company of the Year
  •     Red Herring North America 100 Fastest Growing Company
  •     Three-time WorldBlu Most Democratic Workplace
  •     Next Generation Employer of Choice
  •     Top 10 Workplaces Where Employees Thrive

I Love Rewards is experiencing continued hyper-growth, with 2010 highlights including:

  •     118% increase in employee base year-over-year
  •     108% increase in gross billings year-over-year
  •     76% growth in new customer acquisition year-over-year

"I Love Rewards has built a high-performance and high-growth environment and exceptional talent is at its core," said Brent Lowe, Vice President of Employee Experience, I Love Rewards. "Between our upcoming open houses, social recruiting and employee referrals we expect to add one hundred A-players to our already talented team. We are looking forward to welcoming new hires that are a strong fit with our distinctive CULTure and have a proven history of success."

I Love Rewards is currently hiring for positions in various fields including sales and marketing in a newly opened San Francisco office. For a full list of openings, the Top 100 Reasons to Work with Us and the I Love Rewards Did You Know? online recruiting video visit http://www.iloverewards.com/company/careers.

About I Love Rewards:
I Love Rewards is an employee recognition solution that helps companies recognize brilliant performance and empowers employees to choose their own rewards. Unlike traditional service award programs, I Love Rewards creates authentic moments of recognition that resonate with workers of every generation. I Love Rewards' clients include 3M, Eli Lilly, Marriott, ConAgra Foods and Health Now. On the web at http://www.iloverewards.com.

This press release was distributed through PR Web by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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