FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 28, 2020
Michael Landa, Executive Vice President
Athens Administrators has been voted one of the Top 130 Places to Work in the San Francisco Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times. Athens Administrators has ranked in the Top 5 Best Places to Work in the mid-size business category (100-249 employees) consecutively for the last 4 years, and been awarded the honor 12 times since 2005.
The Best Places to Work program recognizes employers for their outstanding performance in establishing workplaces where employees can thrive, enjoy their work and help their companies grow. It’s a great honor to be recognized for our exceptional team and culture. Our investment in our employees’ wellbeing, development and overall happiness allow us to maintain a happier, healthier and more productive work environment. When we operate in a fulfilling and respectful environment, our clients will be treated in the same fashion – leading to client satisfaction, outstanding retention levels and positive referrals.
About the Best Place to Work in the Bay Area Survey
This year more than 500 companies competed for the top 130 spots on the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area list. Participating company’s rankings were determined by anonymous survey responses that were electronically distributed and completed by Bay Area based employees. In total 49,000 employees work for the 130 top companies who made the list. Every Bay Area based Athens employee was provided the opportunity to participate in the survey. The survey questions focused on trust of top executives, trust of co-workers, longevity at company, overall satisfaction with the company and feeling valued.
About Athens Administrators
Established in 1976, Athens Administrators is West Coast based national third party administrator of Workers’ Compensation and Property and Casualty claims as well as Managed Care services. We proudly provide service to private and public sector self-insured clients as well as to insurance carriers and managing general agencies.