Deerfield, Ill. (PRWEB) May 31, 2016
Corptax, the provider of leading software solutions for corporate tax, has been named to the 2016 Best Places to Work in Illinois, for the third consecutive year. This statewide survey and awards program is designed to recognize and honor the best places of employment in Illinois. The award was presented on Thursday, May 26, during the recognition ceremony at the Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center in Oak Brook, Ill.
“We are delighted to once again be named one of the Best Places to Work in Illinois,” said Corptax President Dave Shea. “Everyone at Corptax is passionate about making all of our customers successful, and that focus is the foundation for achieving this honor. We are committed to continuing to find new ways to improve and make Corptax an even better place to work today, tomorrow and long into the future.”
Along with this honor, Corptax was also named one of the 2016 Best Companies to Work for in Texas—for the fifth consecutive year.
Companies from across Illinois entered the two-part survey process. Part One evaluates each nominated company’s workplace policies, systems, philosophies, practices and demographics. Part Two consists of an employee survey designed to measure the employee experience. Combined total score determines the top companies and final rankings for the entire state.
For more information about the Best Places to Work in Illinois program, visit http://www.BestPlacestoWorkinIL.com.
Corptax transforms the business of tax through technology, business process expertise and award-winning support. Clients achieve breakthrough tax performance using the first and only single-platform solution on the market, offering unmatched automation to align processes and workflows, enhance transparency, improve accuracy and lower risk across the corporate tax lifecycle. For more than 40 years, Corptax has supported the evolving tax needs of leading organizations in many industries. Today, Corptax helps over 800 clients in 100 countries, including 50 percent of the Fortune 500 and 60 percent of the Fortune 100, nationally.