WASHINGTON, DC (May 27 2021)– The Washington Business Journal recognizes JRC Integrated Systems, Inc. as a top workplace in the 2021 Best Places to Work Awards. Each year, thousands of employees across Greater Washington participate in the annual Best Places to Work survey, administered by research partner, Quantum Workplace.  The survey targets specific questions related to employee engagement and happiness in the workplace.

 

JRC is honored to be recognized among the other esteemed companies awarded this year. JRC is devoted to facilitating genuine engagement, connection, and professional fulfillment as we work towards our nation’s most challenging goals.  We believe it is our professional duty to curate a trusting work environment, where employees feel free to share ideas and push the “technical envelope”, all while being authentic to who they are.

 

“We are humbled by the award recognition we’ve received from The Washington Business Journal over the years. The COVID-19 Pandemic reminded us that we as a JRC Family are built strong; it is our devotion to each other and to our mission that enabled us to reinvent what was possible for our customer and for our nation during this uncertain time. The support we found in each other during 2020, brought us even closer together, helping us to reshape how we can connect, serve, and have fun in achieving our mission-based work.”- said JRC’s Founder and President, Dr. Tony Jimenez. 

 

JRC provides its employees and their families with exceptional health benefits, company 401(k) contributions (without an employee contribution requirement), a Metro subsidy, and an employee referral bonus program.  JRC is dedicated to investing in the long-term development of its people through its JRC Academy, providing each employee a plethora of learning opportunities, including trainings, certifications, and tuition assistance. The JRC Academy includes the JRC Leadership Institute (JLI), a formal leadership development training program, designed specifically to create level five organizational leaders, a concept popularized by Jim Collins author of Good to Great.