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And The Winner Is...Hireology!

Posted by Natalie Pike on December 5, 2014

We are very excited to announce our recent recognition from the Best in Biz Awards.

Hireology has been named a Bronze winner in the the Company of the Year category for 2014. This category consists of three parts: small, medium and large-size businesses. With 75 current employees, Hireology fell into the small-size category and was recognized as one of the top three companies of the year.

best_in_biz_awards_2013Best in Biz Awards is the only business awards program judged by members of the press and industry analysts. All companies based in the U.S. and Canada are eligible to enter the program. According to their website, Best in Biz offers 20 award categories across five focus areas: company; department or team; executive; product; and PR and media. 

Each year, Best in Biz Awards gathers a top-notch panel of judges to review all of the awards submissions. The panel typically consists of 45 members from well-known publications such as Businessweek, Computerworld, Crain's New York Business, Entreprenuer, Fortune, Inc...etc. With their extensive research and experience in the field, the judges are more than qualified to evaluate the entries and choose the top companies among the submissions. 

"We work so hard everyday and to be rewarded by the best in the business is such an awesome feeling," said Erin Borgerson, Director of Marketing at Hireology.  It's exciting that our technology has been embraced and noticed after such a short period of time. 

A special shout out to Lightbank for submitting Hireology into this great awards category. Thank you for the support and congratulations to all of the other winners! 

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Natalie Pike

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Natalie is Hireology's Inbound Marketing Coordinator. Her favorite topics to write about are how to hire millennials, building a strong company culture, and employee engagement. She is a Purdue University graduate (Boiler up!), social media junkie and avid iced coffee drinker.