Applied selected Silver Level winner of 2009 Best Place to Work award by NDYP
Bismarck, ND, February 18, 2010 – Applied Engineering, Inc. (Applied) has been selected by the North Dakota Young Professionals (NDYP) as a Silver Level winner of its 2009 Best Place to Work award.
“These awards are a great opportunity to showcase some of the most innovative ways businesses work with Young Professionals,” says Catherine Dalzell, NDYP coordinator. “The quality of applications this year was fantastic – these businesses show that even in a recession, businesses find creative ways to attract and retain young people.”
“Applied Engineering is honored to receive this award,” says Dave Raatz, CEO of Applied Engineering, Inc. “It’s a testament to the hard work all of our employees have done to create a company offering exciting opportunities and careers for young professionals.”
The Best Place to Work and Best Place to Intern awards, started by the NDYP in 2008, are a reflection of the creativity and innovation that businesses offer Young Professionals. In order to be considered for the award, applicants submitted a detailed questionnaire about the company benefits, advancement opportunities, and why their business is an outstanding place for young professionals to work or intern. A statewide committee of four Young Professional judges sifted through the nominees, determining the winners, as well as five runners up in the Best Place to Work category.
The NDYP chose North Dakota Stockmen’s Association as the the top winner of the 2009 Best Place to Work award. Runners up, and recipients of the Silver Level award, include Applied Engineering, National Information Solutions Corp, North Dakota Department of Transportation, Ackerman-Estvold Engineering, and Barr Engineering.
Applied Engineering, Inc. provides complete engineering solutions and high quality computer products and service on the cutting edge of technology. Applied Engineering is 100 percent employee-owned, and has offices in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Texas.