|By Marketwired .||
|July 2, 2014 07:33 AM EDT||
CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - July 02, 2014) - kCura, developers of the e-discovery software Relativity, were recently named one of Chicago's 101 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For by the NABR for the fourth consecutive year.
"We're excited to be recognized among so many companies committed to building great workplaces here in Chicago," said Andrew Sieja, president and CEO of kCura. "Every year, we have a company theme of continuing to make kCura a great place to work, and this award reflects our team's hard work and dedication to that -- while paying tribute to our awesome customers who give us the opportunity to do what we love."
Winning companies were evaluated in the following categories: compensation, benefits, and employee solutions; employee enrichment, engagement, and retention; employee education and development; recruitment, selection, and orientation; employee achievement and recognition; communication and shared vision; diversity and inclusion; work-life balance; community initiatives; and strategic company performance.
For more information about jobs at kCura, visit www.kcura.com/careers.
Recognized as a "Leader" in Gartner's 2014 E-Discovery Magic Quadrant, kCura are the developers of the e-discovery software, Relativity. Relativity has more than 95,000 active users worldwide from organizations including the U.S. Department of Justice and all of the top 100 law firms in the United States. kCura helps corporations, law firms, and government agencies meet e-discovery challenges by installing Relativity on-premises and providing hosted, on-demand solutions through a global network of partners. kCura has been ranked the 100th fastest-growing technology company in North America on Deloitte's Technology Fast 500 and named one of Chicago's Top Workplaces by the Chicago Tribune. Please contact kCura at [email protected] or visit www.kcura.com for more information.
About the Best and Brightest Programs
The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For™ is a program of the National Association for Business Resources that provides the business community with the opportunity to gain recognition, showcase their best practices and demonstrate why they are an ideal place for employees to work. This national program celebrates those companies that are making better business, creating richer lives and building a stronger community as a whole. There are numerous regional celebrations throughout the country.
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