NORCROSS, Ga. –
APCO Holdings recently made it to a prestigious list of successful companies for the fifth time.
The administrator of automotive F&I products and home to the EasyCare, GWC Warranty and MemberCare brands was named one of the 2020 Best and Brightest Companies to Work for in the Nation for the fifth time.
Determined by an independent research firm, APCO highlighted that the entrants are evaluated on work-life balance, diversity, strategic company performance, compensation and more. The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the Nation Winners will be honored during dual virtual Illuminate Business Summit weeks in October and February.
In recognition of the impact they’ve had locally, APCO was also named one of Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies for the fifth time.
“We want to do everything we can so that our employees feel supported and empowered by working here, with the ability to grow both professionally and personally,” said Crystal Meinert, director of people and HR transformation at APCO.
“This is a recognition of APCO’s dedication to fostering a culture where our employees take great pride in contributing to our shared success, bringing our core values to life,” Meinert continued in a news release. “Our greatest asset is our people and winning this award for five years is validation of that.”
Out of the 1,300 companies that submitted nominations for the 2020 Best and Brightest national award, officials said only 147 were named to the prestigious list.
“Through the first half of 2020, the Best and Brightest Companies To Work For have demonstrated leadership and forward-thinking as they pivoted their business and workforce through COVID-19,” said Jennifer Kluge, president and chief executive officer of the Best and Brightest Programs.
“As the conversation and focus has shifted, our Best and Brightest winning companies have also been a voice for important actions regarding race. It is in these unique times (that) the Best and Brightest Companies To Work For excel and share their knowledge with others,” Kluge went on to say.