DMA Ranks On Business North Carolina's Best Employers List

DMA Ranks On Business North Carolina’s Best Employers List

The Best Employers in North Carolina list is dedicated to identifying and recognizing the area’s best employers.

DMA Sales has announced that it ranked No. 21 in Business North Carolina’s 2021 Best Employers of North Carolina.

The Best Employers in North Carolina is a survey and awards program dedicated to identifying and recognizing the area’s best employers and providing organizations with valuable employee feedback.

As the corporate world begins to emerge from the COVID pandemic, employee benefits and workplace culture are more important than ever. In Business North Carolina’s 2021 list of Best Employers in the state, companies are getting creative in order to recruit and retain top talent, offering perks such as paid time off, on-site fitness programs, incentive trips, virtual events and contests, and fun, off-campus outings. In its annual survey, Best Companies Group polled employees and their employers on dozens of topics, from recruiting practices to recognition programs.

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