CHALFONT, PA--(Marketwired - September 21, 2016) - AWeber is pleased to announce that 2016 marks its fifth consecutive year being recognized as one of the best places to work throughout all of Pennsylvania. Team Pennsylvania Foundation, the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, the Pennsylvania State Council of the Society for Human Resource Management, and the Central Penn Business Journal have unveiled their annual list of the Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania, of which AWeber has been included on six out of the past eight years.
"Five straight years as one of the best places to work in the entire state isn't something many companies have achieved," says AWeber's CEO Tom Kulzer. "It's a great testament to how awesome it is to work with this team each day."
Paul Jacobsen, a Senior Customer Solutions Specialist who just celebrated his 10th year at AWeber says, "What I love most about working here and what makes it such a cool workplace are the people. Our team members are an amazingly clever bunch and we treat each other like family. It's AWesome to be recognized for it with an award that reaches statewide."
The workplace and culture of AWeber are regularly recognized by news media and other organizations. This includes being named one of Philly's Coolest Offices and a recent feature that showcased Crazy Perks from Philly-area Companies. On Thursday, December 1, the company will be recognized during the Best Places to Work in PA awards banquet at the Lancaster County Convention Center in Lancaster, PA.
For more information about the Best Places to Work in PA, visit bestplacestoworkinpa.com. To learn more about AWeber and its career opportunities, visit aweber.com/careers.
Founded in 1998, AWeber is one of the world's leading email marketing providers, who helps more than 100,000 businesses, entrepreneurs and bloggers increase sales and profits through its suite of web-based email marketing software. For more information, visit aweber.com, subscribe to the AWeber blog, or follow on Twitter and Facebook.
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