Harleysville Repeats as One of America’s Top 100 Places for IT Employees to Work

June 11, 2003

Pennsylvania’s Harleysville Insurance announced that it has again has been named by IDG’s Computerworld as one of the “Best Places to Work in IT” in the United States.

The rating selects companies making the best use of information technology. Harleysville ranked 83rd on this year’s list, improving its rank from 92nd last year. It’s the fourth year the company has been selected for Compuerworld’s rankings.

The magazine surveys company’s through a comprehensive questionnaire, considering such categories such as benefits, diversity, career development, training and retention rates. It also conducted extensive surveys of IT workers, and indicated, “their responses factored heavily in determining the rankings.”

“We’re very proud of the accolades bestowed upon Harleysville and its information technology department by Computerworld,” noted Wayne Ratz, Harleysville’s senior VP and chief information officer. “This national recognition is a reflection of our companywide human resource efforts — efforts that are designed to attract the best people to our organization and reward them for their accomplishments.”

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