December 21, 2007
RESTON, Va., Dec. 18 -- High Performance Technologies, Inc. (HPTi) is pleased to announce that it is a recipient of the 15th Annual CARE (Companies As Responsive Employers) Awards, which recognize outstanding companies that provide family-friendly workplace policies and benefits. The CARE Awards are presented by Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS).
"We have always said that we value our people, and it's great to gain public recognition for that philosophy," said HPTi President, Timothy P. Keenan. "We are proud to be a CARE Award recipient and are honored by the distinction. At HPTi, we put benefits and policies in place to help our people balance their work and home lives. This benefits them and the company."
Since 1992, the CARE Awards have identified the best places to work in Northern Virginia. The program was established to recognize companies that are leaders in providing family-friendly benefits and helping employees maintain a healthy work and life balance.
Some of HPTi's family-friendly workplace policies and benefits include flexible workplaces, Metro check, parking subsidy, telecommuting, cell-phone reimbursement, laptop purchase program, and video teleconferencing.
With origins in both the science and technology communities, HPTi delivers mission-critical technology solutions to the federal government. We blend cutting-edge HPC and computational science with performance-based architectures and sound management processes. HPTi's offerings include advanced-concept systems engineering and development, architecture design and implementation, systems prototyping, technical assessments, systems consolidation assessments, and infrastructure design and protection. Headquartered in Reston, Va., HPTi has revenues of over $70 million and nearly 275 employees. To learn more about HPTi and its job opportunities, visit www.hpti.com.
Source: High Performance Technologies, Inc.
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