"We pride ourselves in providing our employees with the best work environment possible, and this approach extends to our clients as well, in exceptional customer service," said Valerie Orsoni, CEO & Founder of LeBootCamp.com.
San Francisco (PRWEB) April 22, 2010
LeBootCamp.com today was named to Outside magazine’s (http://www.outsideonline.com) third annual “Best Places to Work” list. LeBootCamp ranked No. 8 out of 50 selected companies, a reflection of high standards in their work environment and work ethics. The full list and related story is published in the May issue of Outside magazine, available on newsstands today.
Outside’s “Best Places to Work” list was compiled with the help of the Outdoor Industry Association (outdoorindustry.org) and Best Companies Group (bestcompaniesgroup.com). The year-long selection process began with an outreach effort that identified a wide range of non-profit and for-profit organizations with at least 15 employees working in the United States. Participating companies were then sent confidential employee-satisfaction surveys and employer-questionnaires to collect information about benefits, compensation, policies, job satisfaction, environmental initiatives, and community outreach programs. All of the results were analyzed by Best Companies Group experts, who selected the 50 companies that strive to enhance their employees’ enjoyment of active endeavors, and environmental and social involvement.
"Here at LeBootCamp, we believe in a friendly work environment with 100% flexible schedules," said Valerie Orsoni, CEO & Founder of LeBootCamp. "We pride ourselves in providing our employees with the best work environment possible, and this approach extends to our clients as well, in exceptional customer service. As the CEO of LeBootCamp.com, I am truly honored that our company has been ranked No.8 of Outside's Best Places to Work for 2010."
"These 50 companies come from a vast array of industries but they're all following the same enlightened path," said Michael Roberts, Executive Editor of Outside. "They're successful businesses in a challenging economy precisely because they support a proper work-life balance. They know that benefits like on-site gyms and fitness classes, reimbursements for ski passes and sports racing fees, and support for community service efforts during work hours make their employees happier and thus more productive."
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Previously featured on Good Morning America, and most recently in Food & Wine, LeBootCamp has received high acclaim from the media worldwide, and is available in Europe, the USA, the UK, and Australia, with more versions soon to be released in other languages.