InSysCo Named One of the 2011 Great Places to Work by Washingtonian Magazine

GTSI subsidiary InSysCo has recently been named one of the 2011 Great Places to Work by Washingtonian magazine. The criteria was based on pay and benefits, challenging and interesting work, work/life balance, opportunities to learn and grow, financial stability, commitment to charity and community, and the recognition and respect given to employees.

“We’re honored to have been selected for this prestigious award,” said Shelbi Potter, InSysCo’s vice president of Business Operations. “The foundation of our successful 21-year history is talented, committed employees.  A significant portion of our recruiting referrals is from current or former employees, which we see as the highest of compliments.”

InSysCo was selected due to its flexible work environment. The magazine has reviewed more than 200 companies and 13,000 employee surveys. Final determinations are based on the scores given by a company’s employees.

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