Posted June 16, 2017
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JRC is proud to announce the award of Washington Business Journal’s Best Place to Work, as well as the Washington Post’s Top Workplace award, each for the fourth consecutive year. 

Despite the uncertain defense market, JRC has managed a 20% annual growth rate during the past three years. That growth came from multiple factors, including JRC’s continued commitment to our employees and their families. This includes exceptional health benefits, company 401(k) contributions without an employee contribution requirement, a Metro subsidy, and an employee referral bonus program. Additionally, the company offers a “JRC Academy,” which supports employees with professional development training, certifications, and tuition assistance.

JRC has enjoyed an exceedingly high retention rate, ensuring JRC could continue to support our customers throughout the uncertain fiscal environment. JRC’s ability to attract and retain the talent needed for our specialized customers enabled JRC to grow organically with existing customers and with new customers as well.

These best workplace awards were based on an evaluation of three main factors; team effectiveness, trust in senior leadership, and alignment with company goals.  An anonymous survey was conducted earlier in the year and each company was ranked accordingly.  JRC won its first workplace award in 2014, and since then we have strived every year in our commitment to our work, as well as our dedication to our employees.

“As the accolades keep coming to us, I stand in awe of the quality of our employees. I am honored to work with them every day and to see their commitment and passion to their work.  They understand our company’s core values of family, excellence and integrity and strive to show that passion in their work.  Without them, none of the accolades we have received would be possible,” said JRC’s Founder and President, Dr. Tony Jimenez

The Washington Post Article about JRC and the entire list of winners can be found here:


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