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Leviton Named a Best Company to Work for in New York for 2011

Leviton Corporation, based in Melville NY, recently announced that it has been named one of the 2011 Best Companies to Work for in New York.

Leviton Vice President of Human Resources and Administration, Mark Fogel, stated: “We are proud to be among the top companies in the large business category to be honored. It is a testament to our cutting edge programs and services provided by our exceptional HR team in Melville.”

In total, 50 companies were identified for demonstrating that happy employees make for good business and drive the Empire state’s economy. Leviton was awarded in the large company category of 250 or more employees.

Leviton recently was honored as Long Island’s first winners of the Action Long Island Wellness Challenge and has been awarded several national and local awards for HR leadership and best in class people practices.

The fourth annual Best Companies to work for in NY program is the result of a partnership between the New York State Society for Human Resource Management and Best Companies Group, an independent company that manages Best Places to Work programs on state, regional and national levels around the country. The 2011 program is sponsored by Jackson Lewis, LLP.

To be considered for participation, companies had to fulfill the following eligibility requirements:

– Have at least 15 full-time and/or part-time employees in the state of New York;
– Be a for-profit or not-for-profit business or government entity;
– Be a publicly or privately held business;
– Have a facility in the state of New York; and
– Must be in business for a minimum of one year

A statewide survey was then conducted by Best Companies Group to evaluate and rank the best places of employment in New York based on employee satisfaction and engagement, as well as workplace practices and policies.

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