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Choice Financial recognized as NDYP 2013 Best Place to Work Runner-Up

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Choice Financial was recently recognized as 2013 Best Place to Work Runner-Up by the North Dakota Young Professionals (NDYP). NDYP recognizes businesses that provide high quality jobs and a work environment enticing to and in support of young professionals.

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“We are very proud to present Choice Financial with the Best Place to Work Runner-Up award and to recognize their dedication to young professionals. They have developed a culture of excellence both in and out of the office that encompasses the ‘attract, retain, and engage movement’ NDYP is built on. There was an overwhelming number of outstanding applicants this year which made a tough decision for the judges. The diversity and quality of nominees from across the state signifies that businesses in North Dakota understand the importance of attracting, retaining and engaging young professionals.” says Laurie Morse-Dell, NDYP Coordinator.

When asked what makes Choice Financial a great place to work, young professional Samantha Berg, Director of Frontline Operations commented, “Choice Financial is a company that holds value in the power of people. Each person comes to work with their own stories, experiences and talents. Choice empowers each employee to embrace their differences, work hard and do the right thing.”

In addition to this award, Choice Financial was the 2011 Best Place to Work recipient by The Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals Network; and a two-time finalist for Best Place to Work by The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber Young Professionals Network.

Started by NDYP in 2008, the Best Place to Work Awards are a reflection of the creativity and innovation that businesses offer young professionals. To be considered for the award applicants submitted a detailed questionnaire about the company benefits, advancement opportunities, and why their business is an outstanding place for young professionals to work. A statewide committee of NDYP members judged the nominees and determined the winner, as well as ten runners up in the Best Place to Work category.

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