Audiology Systems, Schaumberg, Ill, has announced that it was selected as one of the nation’s “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” in an awards competition run by an independent research firm that identifies and honors organizations that display a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment.

According to Audiology Systems, a US distributor of GN Otometrics products and other audiology and vestibular equipment, the company was selected from among hundreds of nominated US organizations for its demonstrated best practices in human resources.

The 2015 winning companies were assessed by an independent research firm that reviewed a number of key measures relative to other nationally recognized winners. The measures include 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; Strategic Company Performance, and the Best of the Best Small Business.

“Qualified and talented employees are essential to Audiology Systems success,” said Michael Ullrich, marketing manager at Audiology Systems. “We are incredibly committed to our work knowing that our efforts will help individuals affected by hearing loss and balance related issues. We maintain a positive and constructive working environment for all of our employees.”

The company reports that its mission is to help hearing care providers and other industry professionals succeed through reliable solutions, trusted partnerships, and knowledge in action. The company offers customer care and professional services that focus on both products and the professional’s needs. Audiology Systems provides close consultative dialogue and deep knowledge of products and services. Audiology Systems strives to build a national team of employees to support its business model.

Source: Audiology Systems