(Bethesda, Maryland) - TerpSys was recognized by The Washingtonian magazine as one of 50 "Great Places to Work" for "interesting work, stability, flexible work arrangements, better-than-average benefits, collegial staffs, opportunities for growth and learning, frequent feedback, respect for staff, and open management."
"We are thrilled to be recognized as one of the 50 "Great Places to Work" in the Washington D.C. metro area. Our corporate culture was an important factor when the company was founded, and we continue to focus a lot of energy on developing the programs that are a part of that culture." said Ed Woods, President and CEO. "We have been blessed to enjoy a consistently profitable business since our inception, and have worked hard to provide a robust corporate culture that promotes community service, education, mentoring, personal and team challenges, and of course, fun. It is difficult to balance the responsibilities of work and home, and we take our corporate responsibility seriously in that regard. As a small business competing with larger organizations, we must be as creative as possible to attract and retain the best possible staff. We look forward to the challenge of staying on this special list of companies in the years to come."
At TerpSys, we strive to provide an experience that exceeds the traditional boundaries of a standard work environment. We will push your physical and mental capacities through our progressive Outward Bound program; assist your professional growth through mentoring, formal training, and hands-on experience; promote your competitive spirit through many of our company sporting teams; provide a family-oriented social calendar to let you relax and experience some of the best entertainment the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area has to offer; and challenge you to participate with us in charitable activities, as we endeavor to take our responsibility of being good corporate citizens seriously.
"We believe that this is a special company, which is attentive to our staff, their families, and our community. We are honored to be recognized for our efforts and feel this recognition is an external validation of our corporate ideals of selfless community service, positive challenge, and team spirit." said Rob Gant, COO.