AJGA recognized as a top place to work

The American Junior Golf Association was named one of the Top 100 Workplaces in Metro Atlanta, according to the list released Sunday by the Atlanta Journal Constitution. The AJGA ranked as the No. 36 small company in the second-annual survey.
According to the AJC, the purpose of the list is “to recognize and celebrate with the companies that should be considered the best metro Atlanta has to offer.”
More than 1,000 companies were nominated in the 2012 contest by the AJC and its partner Workplace Dynamics, who surveyed 188 metro companies that agreed to participate with more than 43,500 metro-Atlanta workers taking part in the survey.
The top 100 list includes:
·         20 large companies (500 or more employees)
·         30 midsize companies (150-499 employees)
·         50 small companies (149 or fewer employees)
For more information about the Top 100 Workplaces and for a complete list, click here.
Listen to what current and past AJGA staff members had to say about their time with the AJGA:
 
Ann Cain
Acushnet Company
“Anyone who has been affiliated with the AJGA at some point in their lives never forgets it. Even if people move on in their careers, they always seem to come back in some way.”
 
Mark Brazil
Wyndham Championship
“AJGA is simply the finest youth sports program in the world. The leadership, supportive board and team-oriented staff have written one of the most successful chapters in all of golf.”

Beth Dockter
AJGA Director of Special Projects
“The AJGA provides an environment of challenge and opportunity that inspires its employees to perform at their best with a good balance of hard work, dedication and appreciation.”

Tommy Tangtiphaiboontana
AJGA Senior Tournament Director
“From a player, spectator, intern and now full-time staffer, the AJGA has been a part of my life since 1997. It’s my second family and it is great to see the AJGA recognized.”

 

For AJGA's full coverage of the AJC's recognition, read the latest edition of The Insider.

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