Local firm on ‘Best Places to Work’ list
December 12, 2016
VAIL — R.A. Nelson LLC was recently named to Outside Magazine's "Best Places to Work" list for this year. The company landed at 31 on the list. Each year, Outside recognizes the top 100 companies in the United States that help their employees balance work and play. A local general contractor with offices in Avon and Carbondale, the R.A. Nelson employees have been building mountain communities for 40 years.
Powered by employee workplace reviews and taking into account factors like corporate culture, job satisfaction, work environment and overall employee engagement, the Best Places to Work list represents the top companies that are empowering and encouraging their employees to live better, healthier and more active lives. Of the top 100 companies that made the list, 37 were located in Colorado.
"Our employees and clients make R.A. Nelson a special place to work. We have a culture that empowers our staff to do the right thing for our clients and thus they take a personal interest in ensuring we deliver as promised. We have a great team that shares in our success," said Travis Bossow, president of R.A. Nelson.
Staff are proud to work for the company and describe it as a family — a place where senior management trusts, respects and cares for their employees. Additionally, there is a Fun Club that plans extracurricular activities and outings such as raft trips, ski days, a company sponsored bike mountain team in the Vail Recreation District Town Series, monthly birthday lunches and more.
“Our employees and clients make R.A. Nelson a special place to work. We have a culture that empowers our staff to do the right thing for our clients and thus they take a personal interest in ensuring we deliver as promised.”Travis BossowPresident, R. A. Nelson
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