The company has earned runner up honors at Tech In Motion's Timmy Awards for Chicago, reports www.getpeanutbutter.com.
— Peanut Butter, Inc. is celebrating their recent nominations for three prestigious business awards, one for which they have received runner-up honors. Fresh off their nominations for both Tech.Co’s Startup of the Year Award and Chicago Inno’s Coolest Company Award, Peanut Butter was one of 10 finalists nominated for Chicago's Best Tech Startup at this year’s Timmy Awards and captured runner up honors in this category.
“We are beyond excited about and extremely grateful for the three nominations and honors that our company has received in recent weeks,” said David Aronson Founder & CEO of Peanut Butter. "It's an honor to be recognized alongside such amazing companies and we are very grateful to both Tech In Motion and 1871 for putting on such a great event. As employers start to plan for 2017 benefits it's great to be recognized by the community for offering a relevant benefit that employees clearly want."
Tech In Motion is a national events organization for tech enthusiasts, and they established the Timmy Awards in an effort to acknowledge companies and individuals who create the best places for technology professionals to work. Peanut Butter was recognized as the runner-up for Chicago’s Best Tech Startup Award due to their vibrant work environment, innovative service, and their forward-thinking technology integrations. “Traditional benefits are losing relevance in today’s marketplace. We are passionate about our mission and believe that our solution to the student loan debt crunch is a game changer for employers and employees alike,” said Brian Cuttica, VP of Client Services for Peanut Butter.
Peanut Butter helps to motivate millennial employees by offering a unique solution that reduces their student debt. A win-win solution, Peanut Butter’s services also provide positive implications for employers by helping to attract valuable millennial talent, reduce employee turnover, and helping them become an employer of choice. “The cold hard facts are that by 2020, millennials will make up 50% of the US workforce. Millennials are the future leaders of America, and this generation carries an enormous amount of student loan debt. It is vital for today’s employers to create and maintain an employee value proposition that matches demand from the millennial workers who will drive these companies forward,” said Aronson. As a part of their recent millennial benefits study, Peanut Butter found that millennials strongly prefer student loan repayment over other benefits such as 401k contributions, health insurance, free food, and gym memberships.
About Peanut Butter, Inc.:
Peanut Butter helps employers attract and retain millennial talent by offering company-sponsored contributions to employee student loans. To learn more about Peanut Butter or to find out how you can partner with Peanut Butter to become an employer of choice, please visit their website at www.getpeanutbutter.com or call direct at 800-913-6651.
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