Printing Industries of America (PIA) has named e-LYNXX Corporation a 2011 recipient of its "Best Workplace in the Americas" award. e-LYNXX also received this distinction in 2010.
The world's largest print trade association, PIA evaluated companies in the United States and Canada based on their management practices, work environment, training and development opportunities, financial security, work-life balance, recognitions and rewards and health and wellness programs.
"All of the winning companies actively show their employees that they care about their work environment, their personal goals and ambitions, as well as the needs of the company,” said Jim Kyger, assistant vice president of human resources at PIA and director of PIA's "Best Workplaces in the Americas" awards program. "Each recipient has exemplary human resources practices and provides a superior work environment."
PIA's complete listing of 2011 "Best Workplace in the Americas" award recipients is posted at www.printing.org/bwa .
“To receive this honor two years in a row is something about which all of us at e-LYNXX are very proud,” said Maxine Gindlesperger, chief administrative officer of e-LYNXX. “Working in a challenging economy often is stressful so knowing we have an award-winning work environment is reassuring. It also is a tribute to Chambersburg/Franklin County as an attractive place to live and work.”
e-LYNXX's Government Print Management division has offered U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) bid services and effective strategies to printers nationwide for more than 35 years. Its American Print Management division offers print buyers the firm's patented AVS Technology to better manage suppliers while reducing the procured costs of print by 25% to 50% without compromising quality and service requirements. This is accomplished through the application of e-LYNXX's web-based systems, print procurement services and patented technology to the procurement of direct mail, marketing materials, commercial print, packaging, labels and all other procured print.