|Chamber Members AOC Key Solutions, Broad Street Realty, Southern Management Corporation Make Washingtonian’s “Best Places to Work” List|
|Published Thursday, November 17, 2011 10:30 am|
Chamber member companies AOC Key Solutions, Broad Street Realty and Southern Management Corporation have been named to Washingtonian’s 2011 Great Places to Work list. The list is announced in the magazine’s November issue available online here.
Broad Street Reality and Southern Management Corporation made the Top 50, and AOC Key Solutions received an Honorable Mention.
“There are many ‘great places to work’ throughout Northern Virginia, and we applaud these companies for the prestigious designation they’ve received,” said Chamber President & CEO Jim Corcoran.
“We are very excited to be listed as a Great Place to Work by Washingtonian. We make great efforts to ensure our staff's happiness at the firm, and to ensure confidence in their belief that Broad Street is the place for them to be successful. We know that a happy staff results in happy clients, so we all work together to make Broad Street a positive place,” Broad Street Realty wrote in an email.
“This is quite an honor for us,” said Angela Marsh, Vice President of Corporate Development. “Given the nature of our business, I am delighted that our staff thinks so highly of the company. We ask that they work long hours under tight deadlines and in high pressure environments. We try to go above and beyond to compensate for their heroic efforts.”
AOC Founder and Principal Owner Jim McCarthy will moderate a panel at the Chamber on November 28 for government contractors called “Teaming for Success.” Attendees will learn the nuances of effective teaming arrangements and how to properly go through this process to propel your business growth. Topics will include: why companies team; teaming agreements and various teaming models; the pros and cons of teaming; how to form a team or obtain a place on an existing team; how to protect yourself and your business; trends in teaming; avoidance of improper affiliations between large and small businesses teaming together, and more. Registration for this event (which is nearly sold out) is available here.
You can learn more about Washingtonian’s Great Places to work here.