“Employees consistently point to our strong family culture and a commitment to our core values as benefits that set up apart from other organizations,” said Bennett Vice President of Human Resources Regina Auletta.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 22, 2012
Global logistics and freight services provider Bennett International Group (Bennett) announced today that the Atlanta Journal Constitution has honored the company with a spot on its Top Workplaces for 2012 list. This marks the first appearance for Bennett, which consistently ranks as one of Atlanta’s Top Women-Owned Firms.
“We strongly believe in creating a diverse work place where employees are treated with respect and appreciation. We're honored by this award, and we will continue to operate with the highest integrity toward our employees, contractors and customers,” said Marcia Taylor, Bennett President and CEO.
The top 100 companies included in the Atlanta Journal and Constitution’s Top Workplaces list were selected based on a survey of employees measuring qualities such as company leadership, compensation and training, workplace flexibility, and diversity.
“Employees consistently point to our strong family culture and a commitment to our core values as benefits that set up apart from other organizations,” said Bennett Vice President of Human Resources Regina Auletta. “We also offer comprehensive benefits including health and wellness programs, competitive financial benefits, and professional growth opportunities, in a supportive work environment.
About Bennett International Group
McDonough-Ga.-based Bennett International Group is a woman-owned, Women’s Enterprise Business Council (WBENC) certified, diversified transportation company. Through its seven affiliated operating companies, Bennett International Group delivers integrated transportation and supply chain management solutions worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.bennettig.com.