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Vetter’s Chicago Site Wins Award ‘One of Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®’

18.09.2019 | Corporate

Winning companies recognized for making better business, creating richer lives and building a stronger community as a whole.

Award received by Kirsten Dickson, HR Manager for Vetter Development Services USA Inc.
Skokie, Illinois & Ravensburg, Germany, September 18, 2019 – Vetter, a globally operating Contract Development and Manufacturing Organization (CDMO), announced today that its US clinical manufacturing facility located at the Illinois Science+Technology Park in Skokie has been named as one of “Chicago’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®”.

The award, sponsored by the National Association for Business Resources, recognizes only those companies that have distinguished themselves as having the most innovative and thoughtful human resources approach. An independent research firm evaluates each company’s entry based on key measures in various categories which include among others, Compensation; Benefits and Employee Solutions; Employee Enrichment; Work-Life Balance; Communication and Shared Vision; Diversity and Inclusion, and Community Initiatives. 

“Vetter is thrilled to be recognized for our efforts, particularly since the key parameters for deciding award winners are those of critical importance to our employees,” said Dr. Susanne Lemaine, President Vetter Development Services USA Inc. “This recognition reflects our ongoing efforts to perform consistently at a high level for our customers and to be an attractive company to work for in Chicago.” Jennifer Kluge, President and CEO, Best and Brightest Programs said of the award, “now with the war on talent hitting the door steps of the Best and Brightest, this achievement means even more than a year ago. As we continue to raise the bar, these companies rise to the challenge through their cultural innovation by maximizing their workforce potential.”

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