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Jobs2Careers Announced as One of Austin Business Journal’s 2014 Best Places To Work


Today, The Austin Business Journal announced its list of 2014 Best Places to Work in Central Texas presented by MassMutual Southwest – and Jobs2Careers is happy to announce that we are included in the Small Business Category (21-50 employees)!

The 2014 Best Places to Work in Central Texas companies have the best climate, team atmosphere, benefits and most importantly, engaged employees. Specific rankings will be revealed in the micro, small, medium and large categories at an awards luncheon next month.

To determine the listings, The Austin Business Journal uses an external firm to confidentially survey company employees. The findings are indicative of high employee satisfaction and anJobs2Careers named one of Austin Business Journal's 2014 Best Places to Workeffective company culture. To be included is a great honor for Jobs2Careers.

Founded in 2010 with a “Best in Breed” mentality, Jobs2Careers strives to not only provide the best experience possible for its clients and users, but also for its employees. This experience includes company-sponsored health insurance, catered lunches, stocked kitchen, generous holiday/PTO, adventurous company outings and more.

When asked about the motivation behind creating this company culture, CEO Bruce Ge has a simple explanation: do the right things and treat your employees how you would like or have been treated.

“I never really allocated PR budget to tell the world that Jobs2Careers is the best place to work. I just focused on doing the right things – things that are considered valuable, transparent and sustainable. I didn’t design any wonderful benefit packages; I just treat my employees in the same way Siebel Systems treated me 15 years ago.”

It’s this Jobs2Careers culture, environment and attitude that has driven the rapid growth of our young start-up, which has tripled in size since October 2013 – and we’re still growing! The entire staff, from our CEO to the company officers to the newest team member, is dedicated to the success, innovation and excellence in the workplace in which Jobs2Careers prides itself.

“We are so grateful to Bruce [Jobs2Careers CEO] for creating a work environment in which we can all thrive. As a team, we are committed to continuing the excellence he has displayed as we continue to grow the company. We are very proud to be included as a Best Place to Work and consider this a great testament to our bright future,” says Luke Wilson, Director of Inside Sales.

About The Best Places to Work Awards
The Best Places to Work honors are awarded annually by the Austin Business Journal to top companies in four categories: micro, small, medium and large business. The awards are based on confidential feedback from employees in the following categories: team effectiveness, retention risk, alignment with goals, trust with co-workers, individual contribution, manager effectiveness, trust in senior leaders, feeling valued, work engagement, and people practice. For more information, please visit http://www.bizjournals.com/austin/.

About Jobs2Careers
Launched in 2010, Jobs2Careers is a fun, techy start-up and comprehensive job search engine whose mission is to innovate the way talent effectively finds work.

The work we do directly impacts millions of Americans by connecting them with their next gig, job or career. We are pioneers in our industry and are constantly developing revolutionary techniques for talent and employers to connect.

We’re privately funded and profitable with offices on North Mopac/183 near the Arboretum and Domain.

We work hard, play hard. We’re fun and unique. We love to solve problems and create new ideas. We offer a challenging work environment and lots of growth opportunity. We love to learn and often find that we are each other’s best teachers. We’re still small, but growing fast. No matter our size, one thing will always remain the same – At Jobs2Careers, you are always part of a TEAM.


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