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Faith Technologies Named One of “2010 Best Companies to Work For” by INGRAM’S, Kansas City’s Business Magazine

Kansas City, Kan. (June 30, 2010) – Faith Technologies, a full-service electrical and specialty systems contractor, was recently recognized as one of the 2010 Best Companies to Work For by Ingram’s, Kansas City’s business magazine. The prestigious award recognizes Faith Technologies’ excellent work environment, educational and advancement opportunities and benefits for the second year in a row.

The company was noted as being a pioneer in the business community for having a Chief Learning Officer position on staff to oversee a training budget of nearly $2 million, and more than 75,000 hours of training for the 1,426-member work force, of which 241 who work out of the Kansas City office.

“We’re pleased that Faith Technologies has been recognized as an outstanding place to work again this year,” said Stephanie Guin, Human Resources Director at Faith Technologies. “We value our employees, and strive to create the best work environment for them to meet their professional goals. It is because of our dedicated group of employees that Faith Technologies was able to receive this honor.”

Ingram’s, “Best Companies to Work For,” showcases local workplaces that have won the loyalty of their employees and the respect of the business community. Companies are chosen based on their management practices, training and development opportunities, pay and benefits, work environment, financial outlook and community service. Out of more than 100 applicants, 32 winners and finalists were selected, six from each category of large, medium and small companies.

Faith Technologies has also received other notable awards and recognition this year, including being named the best safety program in the nation by the Associated General Contractors of America and surpassing more than three millions hours without a lost-time incident.