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American Fidelity No. 14 on Best Places to Work in IT List

June 22, 2015 03:53 AM
[caption id="attachment_1780" align="alignnone" width="150"]John H., Software Developer John H., Software Developer[/caption] We are excited to announce that American Fidelity once again made Computerworld’s list of Best Places to Work in IT! Moving up to No. 14 among mid-sized companies, this is AFA’s 13th consecutive appearance on the list. “With more than 200 IT Colleagues, one of my goals is making sure everyone has a chance to be heard. I host town hall meetings and new hire luncheons and my leadership team and I all have open door policies so that Colleagues know they can come to us at any time with ideas and suggestions,” said Kim Fisher, chief information officer. “Our culture of collaboration and openness helps us work closely with our end-users to learn more about their processes so that we can create solutions to help them best serve Customers.” One of AFA’s largest initiatives this year is moving away from legacy technology systems and implementing a unified policy administration system. This system will enable our Colleagues to better serve Customers and improve speed to market. AFA is also implementing additional mobile solutions for Customers to have more access to their information and more ways to contact AFA for support. We currently have several IT job openings, including software developers, support center analysts and technical infrastructure engineers and specialists. The Best Places to Work in Information Technology (IT) list is an annual ranking of the top 100 work environments for technology professionals by IDG’s Computerworld. The list is compiled based on a comprehensive questionnaire regarding company offerings in categories such as benefits, career development, training and retention. In addition, Computerworld conducts extensive surveys of IT workers, and their responses factor heavily in determining the rankings. "The 100 organizations on Computerworld’s 2015 Best Places to Work in IT list realize that attracting and retaining a highly-skilled technology workforce leads to competitive advantage,” says Scot Finnie, editor in chief of Computerworld. “In a tight market for tech talent, these outstanding employers attract the best and brightest IT pros with generous salaries and top-drawer benefits, then deepen their teams’ engagement with challenging, business-critical projects built around cutting-edge technologies. As a result, these winning organizations are best positioned to take advantage of the digital transformation sweeping through every industry.” & ESB-4169-0615

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