Chargebacks911® Named One of Region’s Best Workplaces in 2017
We’re happy to announce the selection of Chargebacks911® as one of Central Florida’s best places to work in 2017.
The Tampa Bay Times honored the company with their 2017 Top Workplaces Award. The decision cites comprehensive feedback collected from companies across the entire region by research firm WorkplaceDynamics, LLC, measuring factors including workplace alignment, execution, and connection.
Attracting Top Talent to Push Industry Innovation
The Top Workplaces list identifies the 100 best performers out of the several thousand large companies and major corporations that call the Tampa Bay region home. Earning recognition on the list is a great achievement that showcases a company’s overall strength and commitment to success and innovation.
As WorkplaceDynamics CEO Doug Claffey explains:
People assume it’s all about fancy perks and benefits…but to be a Top Workplace, organizations must meet our strict standards for organizational health.”
This latest honor recognizes the dedication and passion behind our company, as well as the commitment of the entire Chargebacks911 organization to bringing the best and brightest candidates on board.
Our team’s hard work and dedication to excellence is the cornerstone which allowed the organization to grow so rapidly and become the leader in chargeback prevention and mitigation. “We strive to attract the top minds and most tech-savvy men and women in our industry,” says Chargebacks911 COO Monica Eaton-Cardone. “…This award validates what we believed all along: Chargebacks911 is a great place to work, and it’s our employees that make us so special.”
About The Tampa Bay Times
The Tampa Bay Times has been a leading voice in journalism in the Southeastern US for more than 130 years. This highly-respected publication is independently owned by the Poynter Institute for Media Studies and is one of the top 15 most widely-circulated newspapers in the US in 2015.
The Tampa Bay Times has amassed 18 Pulitzer Prize nominations and 12 wins since 1964, most recently earning two Pulitzers for investigative journalism in 2016.