Clayco Ranks No. 4 Among "Best Places To Work In Illinois" - Clayco

Clayco Ranks No. 4 Among “Best Places To Work In Illinois”

Chicago, IL (June 23, 2008)

Clayco Inc. has ranked No. 4 among The Business Ledger’s “Best Places to Work in Illinois” a statewide program that recognizes and honors companies that show a dedication to their employees’ growth and quality of life. Each year the 30 top state companies, ten large companies and 20 small to mid-sized firms, are recognized with this honor. The official list and rankings can be found on the publication’s Web site at www.thebusinessledger.com. The full list and winning companies’ profiles will be published in a supplement to The Business Ledger’s August 4, 2008 edition. “Clayco has a workforce of dedicated, talented, and well-trained employees. It is because of our dedicated team that Clayco is able to grow and continue to attract valuable clients. In turn, we strive to create the best work environment for our team members to meet their professional goals” said Kevin McKenna, Senior Vice President and partner of Clayco. “Our success is based on the exceptional atmosphere we’ve created that values and encourages ingenuity and innovation. And we need to continue to maintain this tone to hire the best and brightness for the future.” The “Best Places to Work in Illinois” program is managed by Best Companies Group, of Harrisburg, PA. The rankings were determined through a criteria developed by Best Companies Group following employee surveys and interviews. The statewide competition is co-sponsored by The Business Ledger, the Illinois Chapter of the Society of Human Resource Managers and The Illinois State Chamber of Commerce. Clayco Inc. is a full-service real estate development, design and construction firm with annual revenues of $871 million, specializing in “the art and science of building.” With offices in St. Louis, Chicago and Detroit, Clayco provides design-build project delivery on a nationwide basis for the corporate, financial, industrial, institutional and residential markets.

 

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