Service King Named Among Top Places to Work in San Antonio

Service King Named Among Top Places to Work in San Antonio

The announcement came as part of the publication’s annual “Best Places to Work” survey, which ranked Service King No. 2 in the very large company category.

service-king-logoFor the second consecutive year, the San Antonio Business Journal tabbed Service King Collision Repair Centers as one of the best places to work in South Texas. The announcement came as part of the publication’s annual “Best Places to Work” survey, which ranked Service King No. 2 in the very large company category.

Service King, which operates 11 San Antonio collision repair centers, celebrates the recognition in the midst of the company’s 40th Anniversary. The ranking also comes just one year after Service King was named the No. 1 Best Place to Work in San Antonio for 2015.

“Service King takes deep pride in creating an irresistible professional home for our teammates,” said Jason Peel, Service King market vice president for San Antonio. “We could not be more proud to be consistently recognized by the San Antonio Business Journal. The ranking is a direct reflection of the pride all of our teammates take in Service King and our mission to become the collision repair operator of choice.”

The San Antonio Business Journal, a leading regional business publication, annually conducts the Best Places to Work survey through collecting voluntary, anonymous feedback from employees at leading organizations across the market. The publication, alongside partner Quantum Workforce, ranks companies based on feedback and engagement metrics.

In addition to being recognized by the San Antonio Business Journal, Service King was named the No. 1 Best Place to Work by the Dallas Business Journal and the No. 4 Best Place to Work by the Houston Business Journal, both in 2015.

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