Applied Predictive Technologies Named One of Top 50 Places to Work by Washington Business Journal
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Applied Predictive Technologies (APT), announced today that it was named one of the top 50 places to work by Washington Business Journal. The paper cited a company culture that keeps workers happy and productive, as well as strong understanding of the importance of their employees, as the major factors contributing to employee satisfaction at these companies.
Survey data was solicited directly from employees, and companies were ranked on the basis of “team effectiveness, trust in senior leaders and co-workers, manager effectiveness, and employees’ alignment with company goals.”
“We are very excited to be included in this year’s list of the top 50 places to work in Washington. We’ve worked hard over the past thirteen years to develop and maintain a highly collaborative work environment,” said Anthony Bruce, CEO of APT. “Employee satisfaction continues to be a top priority for us as we grow.”
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About Applied Predictive Technologies
Applied Predictive Technologies (APT) is the world leader in helping organizations harness the potential of Test & Learn, a powerful fact-based approach for choosing, targeting, and tailoring strategic and tactical actions for maximum impact and profitability. More than 60 Global 2000 leaders have licensed APT's Test & Learn software, including Subway, Publix, Kraft, Wells Fargo, Holiday Inn, Staples, Lowe's, Victoria's Secret, Food Lion, and Toronto Dominion. APT has offices in London, San Francisco, Taipei, and Washington, D.C. Learn more about APT at: www.predictivetechnologies.com.