Service King Ranks No. 4 on Houston Best Places to Work List

Service King Ranks No. 4 on Houston Best Places to Work List

Service King was previously named the No. 1 Best Place to Work by both the Dallas and San Antonio Business Journals earlier this year.

service-king-logoService King Collision Repair Centers announced it has once again been tabbed as one of the “Best Places to Work” by a leading business publication.

Service King checked in at No. 4 on the Houston Business Journal’s annual Best Places to Work ranking, which appeared in the publication’s latest issue. Service King was previously named the No. 1 Best Place to Work by both the Dallas and San Antonio Business Journals earlier this year.

“It’s always special when your very own teammates recognize the value and impact of your culture,” said Chris Abraham, Service King CEO. “At Service King, we place a priority on investing in teammates because we believe that translates into a superior level of service to our customers. If we have happy teammates, it permeates across all facets of the organization.”

The Houston Business Journal Best Places to Work issue compiles data from the publication’s partner, Quantum Workplace, which sent a survey to employees of nominated companies. The surveys ask employees to rank their business in various areas including culture, amenities, benefits, and worker-retention and attraction strategies.

In early October, Service King was recognized by the Dallas Business Journal as the third-fastest growing middle market business in the DFW area as part of the publication’s inaugural Middle Market 50 ranking.

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