HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. — American Tire Distributors Inc. (ATD) has been named one of the Nation's Summer 2023 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR) for the second year in a row.
ATD is one of 137 companies and organizations in the country recognized by NABR as being a leader in employment standards out of the 1,100 companies nominated. ATD also was honored as one of the top 101 highest scoring companies in the U.S. Those nominated for the award were assessed by an independent research firm based on categories such as communication, work-life balance, employee education, diversity, recognition and retention.
"We are honored to receive this award alongside such distinguished companies," Rebecca Sinclair, ATD chief people and corporate affairs officer, said. "Our people-centric culture is at the forefront of everything we do, and this award proves our continued determination to become a premier choice for outstanding talent."
ATD said it is dedicated to maintaining its new culture, vision and values while "re-skilling and up-skilling its entire workforce."
ATD has heavily investment in creating a "connected culture" that encourages an atmosphere of knowledge and empowerment and prioritizes the well-being of its employees as part of a workplace where everyone feels appreciated and supported. ATD also developed a "digitally connected ecosystem" to encourage talent development, continuous learning, curiosity, resilience and agility among staff.
NABR has held its Best and Brightest competitions for more than 20 years to recognize companies with exceptional HR practices and an above-and-beyond commitment to their employees.
"Those companies that made the list of Best and Brightest Companies to Work For as well as those companies that continue to make the list are truly remarkable. Given today's need for talent, retention of talent and the further issues related to the pandemic, these companies have proven they are superior to market conditions. They are elite thinkers, and this honor demonstrates their commitment to excellence," Jennifer Kluge, president and CEO of NABR and The Best and Brightest Program, said.