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Batzner a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 'Top Workplace' for 2014

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This award celebrates organizations that provide their employees with a great place to work.

| June 16, 2014

NEW BERLIN, Wis. — Batzner Services (comprised of Batzner Pest Management, Batzner Bed Bug Services and Batzner Skilled Contractors) is the recipient of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Top Workplaces 2014. This award celebrates organizations that provide their employees with a great place to work. Recognized companies have been selected following a survey of their employees who themselves determine the rankings. Only companies that employees have rated as the “best companies to work for” receive the award.

Recognition of this award for the fourth consecutive year reflects the company’s ability to maintain employee satisfaction year after year. With an employee retention rate of 94 percent, Batzner demonstrates its commitment to employees by presenting a comprehensive benefits package with paid time off, extensive and ongoing training, support of community and employee appreciation events and a work/life balance. In addition to the many rewards Batzner employees receive for their success and efforts, the company will be celebrating with its own dedicated ice cream truck delivering treats for all Batzner employees to enjoy.

Batzner has maintained this workplace excellence while sustaining impressive growth each year. The company has made great strides the past few years in expanding their residential and commercial services in the Fox Valley area and into Northern Illinois. With this expansion came the opening of a new Kenosha Service Center and the need for Illinois-based Sales and Service Professionals.

 

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