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Paychex honored as a 'Best Place to Work' in IT

Rochester Business Journal
June 20, 2012

Paychex Inc. has again been named on the annual Best Places to Work in IT list compiled by IDG Computerworld.

The honor is given to organizations that challenge their information technology staffs while providing comprehensive benefits and compensation, Paychex officials Wednesday. The Penfield-based payroll and human resources services company ranked No. 81 on the 2012 list of Top 100 companies, its eighth consecutive year on the list.

“Paychex is indeed a great place to work for information technology professionals,” said Michael Gioja, Paychex senior vice president of IT, product management and development.  “We’re at an exciting point in the company’s history, and our renewed focus on technology is a big part of that. Our employees work on mission-critical projects that help drive the growth of the company, exposing them to a wide range of forward-looking technologies, contributing to their career growth and development.”

Among the top 100 companies on the Computerworld list, Paychex ranked No. 1 for the number of training days offered its employees—an average of 17 each year; and was No. 20 overall in the percentage of IT staff promoted in the past year, with 15 percent.

For the complete list, go to www.computerworld.com/.

(c) 2012 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or email service@rbj.net.


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