Cadillac Jack selected as a 2015 top 50 midsize workplace by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Cadillac Jack selected as a 2015 top 50 midsize workplace by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Cadillac Jack selected as a 2015 top 50 midsize workplace by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Cadillac Jack, a leading designer and supplier of electronic games and systems for the regulated gaming industry, has been recognized as one of Atlanta’s Top 50 Midsize Workplaces by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC). The award reflects the highly collaborative team, engaging work environment and dedication of the people at Cadillac Jack. Cadillac Jack had previously received this prestigious honor in 2013. “It is an honor to be voted by our employees as one of the best places to work in metro Atlanta,” said Mauro Franic, Chief Operating Officer of Cadillac Jack. “Our employees are extremely passionate about teamwork and the contributions they make to the success of the company. One of our top priorities is to foster an engaging work environment where our employees are inspired and feel valued. This achievement truly reflects the commitment, loyalty and passion of all Cadillac Jack team members.” The AJC 2015 Top Workplaces are determined solely on employee feedback. More than 50,000 workers participated in the survey, nominating 1,400 companies throughout the region for the annual contest held by the AJC and Workplace Dynamics. Participants were given the opportunity to comment on their company’s values, workplace culture, career progression and job satisfaction, leadership, communication and strategy. Cadillac Jack’s employees design, manufacture, market and service innovative and entertaining games for the US and international casino gaming markets. The company’s dedicated and highly skilled team of product development, customer service, marketing, product management, legal/compliance, human resources and finance professionals have worked with management to create a fun, thriving culture throughout the company.  Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to Casino Journal.