Hiring and retaining the best people has been part of our corporate strategy, because we believe our people are our most valued asset.
Florence, KY (PRWEB) April 18, 2015
Balluff Inc. has been recognized as the Sixth Best Place to Work in Kentucky by the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management (KYSHRM).
Balluff competed and came in sixth in the medium-sized company category (companies with 150-499 employees) at the Eleventh Annual Best Places to Work in Kentucky awards ceremony, held on April 14 in Lexington, Kentucky. Over 1200 attendees joined in celebrating the 90 Kentucky companies who were recognized for their commitment to focus, measure and move their workplace environments toward excellence.
Winners were selected from three categories – small companies of 15-149 employees, medium companies of 150-499 employees and large companies consisting of more than 500 employees (categories based on number of U.S. employees, only Kentucky employees surveyed).The selection process is based on an assessment of the company’s employee policies and procedures and the results of an internal employee survey, administrated by Best Companies Group.
Kent Howard, President and CEO of Balluff, Inc. attended the ceremony along with several Balluff employees. “Hiring and retaining the best people has been part of our corporate strategy, because we believe our people are our most valued asset," stated Howard.
For more details about “Best Places to Work in Kentucky” and to see the complete list of 2015 winners, visit http://www.bestplacestoworkky.com.
About Balluff Inc.:
Balluff Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Balluff GmbH, Neuhausen, Germany, is a leading manufacturer of a wide range of inductive, photoelectric, vision, capacitive and magnetic sensors as well as linear position transducers, RFID systems, and networking products. Balluff products for OEM and factory floor solutions are used to control, regulate, automate, assemble, position, and monitor manufacturing, assembly, and packaging sequences for industries including: metalworking, automotive, plastics, material handling, wood processing, aerospace, alternative energy, medical, electrical, and electronics.