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CaseStack Recognized For the Second Consecutive Year as Being One of Arkansas' Best Places To Work-2014

CaseStack, the industry leader in collaborative retail consolidation programs recently announced that they have been recognized by the Arkansas Business Journal as being one of “Arkansas’ Best Places to Work.”

Bambi Drisko, CaseStack’s Senior Director of Administration, said the company is honored to have earned this recognition for the second consecutive year. “CaseStack is delighted to have made the list again for 2014,” Drisko said. “In addition to making our employees proud to work at a “Best Places to Work” company, it also sends a message to prospective employees, customers and our business partners about who we are and what we value.”

The Arkansas Business Journal along with Best Companies Group began the annual program in 2013 in order to identify, recognize and honor the best employers throughout the state. These employers must provide a benefit to the state’s economy, workforce and businesses.

To be eligible for consideration, companies must meet the following criteria:

  • 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 Arkansas
  • Have a minimum of 15 employees working in the state of Arkansas
  • Must be in business a minimum of 1 year

Best Companies Group conducts a simple yet thorough company assessment. The assessment is a two-part process designed to gather detailed data about each participating company. In part one, the employer completes a questionnaire and in part two, employees of the company complete an employee survey.

The collected information is combined to produce a detailed set of data that analysts use to determine the strengths and opportunities of the participating companies.

In 2012, CaseStack was named as a top finalist in the 10th annual Arkansas Governor’s Work-Life Balance Initiative, as well as being recognized in 2011, 2012 and 2014 by the Los Angeles Business Journal as one of the Best Places to Work in Los Angeles.

For more information on the Best Places to Work in Arkansas program, please visit: www.BestPlacesToWorkAR.com

About CaseStack

CaseStack (www.casestack.com) is a leading provider of outsourced logistics services for CPG companies selling products to retailers, distributors and manufacturers. CaseStack collaborates with retailers and other partners to provide sustainable logistics solutions that eliminate systemic supply chain waste. CaseStack combines an advanced transportation and warehousing system with proprietary, web-based software to provide end-to-end fulfillment services, enabling customers to reap the benefits of Fortune 500 companies without the infrastructure costs. The company has received awards from Ernst & Young, Deloitte and Inc. Magazine, recognizing it as one of the fastest growing and technologically advanced logistics outsourcing companies in North America.

For more information about CaseStack, Inc., their facilities and consolidation programs email [email protected] or call 1-855-638-3500.

For information about employment at CaseStack, Inc. visit the Career Page CaseStack/Careers.

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