Gateway Arch Selects Gateway Ticketing Systems for Unified Ticketing, Food & Beverage and Retail Solution
News | March 8, 2016
Updated: June 5, 2016 | Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn
Gilbertsville, PA (December 4, 2015) – Last night, Gateway Ticketing Systems was named one of the 100 Best Places to Work in PA for the fourth consecutive year. Gateway ranked #64 and was recognized at an awards banquet at the Lancaster County Convention Center.
“We’ve purposely promoted a company culture that helps our employees be satisfied at work, achieve work-life balance and feel empowered in their roles,” says Michael Andre, Gateway’s President and CEO. Some of Gateway’s employee perks include flexible schedules, a casual dress code, computer purchase plan, a fitness room, free electric car charging station, and competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits.
To be eligible as a Best Place to Work, companies must be for-profit or not-for-profit, publicly or privately held, operate a facility in Pennsylvania, have at least 25 employees and be in business for a minimum of one year. The award was designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in Pennsylvania that are benefiting the State’s economy and its workforce.
The evaluation process has two parts: an employer benefits & policies questionnaire and an employee engagement & satisfaction survey that focuses on categories including leadership, company culture, training and development, role satisfaction, and pay and benefits.
The combined scores determine the top companies and the final ranking. This year, 74 small/medium-sized firms with 25-250 employees and 26 large-sized companies with over 250 employees were recognized.
Team Pennsylvania is the lead sponsor along with the Department of Community and Economic Development, a founding partner of Best Places to Work. The Central Penn Business Journal also participated in the announcement of the 100 Best Places to Work during last night’s event.
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