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Faith Technologies Named Finalist for Best Places to Work

Kansas City Business Journal Announces 30 Finalists for 2010 program

Kansas City, Kan. (September 22, 2010) – Kansas City Business Journal has named Faith Technologies, a full service electrical and technology systems contractor, a finalist for a 2010 Best Places to Work in the Medium Companies category.

Companies that have earned the Best Place to Work distinction will be honored at an awards luncheon October 1, 2010 in Overland Park, Kan., and in a special Kansas City Business Journal publication on October 8, 2010. The ranking of the top small, medium and large companies will be revealed for the first time at the luncheon.

In its 10th year, the Best Places to Work program ranks the top employers in the greater Kansas City area according to scores given to the companies by their own employees. Employees of nominated companies were asked to complete an online questionnaire administered by Quantum Market Research, an independent surveying firm based in Wichita, Kan. Employees were asked to rank their company on several dozen questions relating to team effectiveness, trust with coworkers, alignment with goals, trust in senior leaders, and people practices in addition to respect, recognition and benefits. To advance in the contest, a statistically significant number of employees, based on company size, must complete the survey. The Kansas City Business Journal then sorted the 30 top-scoring winners into small, medium, and large categories.

“Earning the Best Places to Work nomination is an extreme honor,” says David Jahner, Faith Technologies’ Kansas City – Vice President. “It confirms our continued commitment to provide an excellent environment for our employees and a true partner with our customers and larger community. We’re thrilled to receive this award and gladly share it with everyone who made it possible.”