MSAG IS A TOP WORKPLACE, ACCORDING TO THE WASHINGTON POST
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MSAG IS A TOP WORKPLACE, ACCORDING TO THE WASHINGTON POST THOUSANDS OF WORKERS FROM 250 COMPANIES SURVEYED ON THEIR VIEWS
FALLS CHURCH, VA, June 24, 2014— MicroSystems Automation Group (MSAG) is a service-disabled, veteran-owned small business that proudly landed in the top half of the Washington Post’s “Top Workplaces 2014” list. The Washington Post’s “Top Workplace” designation is determined by employees surveyed by WorkplaceDynamics, LLP, a leading research firm on organizational health and employee engagement, from nearly 250 companies. MSAG provides subject matter expertise, program management, and technical solutions that contribute to the success of its government and commercial clients.
“At MSAG we are committed to the delivery of a positive customer experience and the primary driver of that result is providing an exceptional workplace for our talented professionals. We have already been ranked as a top-tier service provider by Dun and Bradstreet and are now thrilled to have this recognition. We are proud of our hardworking and dedicated employees and their passion for customer satisfaction” said Robert Reznikoff, MSAG’s CEO. Continued Reznikoff, “We have worked hard to build a support team and select senior managers that are not only very capable managers, but are empathetic, people-focused and dedicated to providing concierge-like support to our customer facing service delivery team. Coupled with our great benefits, company-wide activities, summer offsite and commitment to continued investment in our employees’ personal and professional growth, this award clearly shows we have a great formula.”
MSAG offers interesting and challenging IT and professional services work that includes pioneering cyber security research and development for networks that move, the cloud, control systems and aircraft; software development and IT infrastructure management; policy development; increasing efficiency, and; supporting humanitarian, diplomacy and change management efforts such as conflict stabilization, counter-terrorism, addressing global women’s initiatives, global aids coordination and educational exchanges.
The Washington Post published the complete list of Top Workplaces on June 22nd.