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Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2012 -

2012 Work/Life Award Winners Announced

Annual List of Utah's Best Places to Work

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Department of Workforce Services is pleased to announce the winners of the 2012 Utah Work/Life Awards™. These awards are presented in three size categories: Micro, Medium and Large.  Recognized nationwide for the rigorous evaluation and application process, the Utah Work/Life Award is Utah’s premier workplace excellence award.

“After fourteen years, this award gets harder and harder to win,” said Lynette Rasmussen, Director of the Department of Workforce Services’ Office of Work & Family Life. “The success of Work/Life Award-winning companies shows up in many forms, including improved productivity, innovation, customer and employee relations, retention, and recruitment.”

The Utah Work/Life Awards™ showcase employer best practices and provide an on-going forum for outstanding companies to exchange ideas and collaborate on challenges.

The Awards will be presented at an Awards Luncheon complete with Best Practice Workshops at the Utah State Capitol Rotunda on October 25, 2012 in Salt Lake City. The Celebration is open to the public and any interested companies are encouraged to attend. To register or for more information, please call the Work/Life Award Team at 801-468-0049 or visit the department’s website at

Large Category:

  • 1-800 CONTACTS Inc.
  • Automated Data Processing, Inc.
  • Canyons Resort
  • Nicholas & Co., Inc
  • Mountain America Credit Union
  • South Davis Community Hospital

Medium Category

  • Ace Disposal
  • CyberSource, a Visa Company
  • Futura Industries
  • Cicero Group
  • DigiCert, Inc.
  • Equitable Life & Casualty Insurance Company
  • Software Technology Group
  • Tanner LLC
  • Cirque Corporation

Micro Category

  • Utah Foster Care Foundation
  • Mantyla McReynolds
  • Digital Financial Group
  • Utah Clean Energy
  • Brainstorm, Inc.

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Article in the Salt Lake Tribune