All Kezber employees now enjoy 5 weeks’ paid vacation
November 21, 2016
For Mr. Kezber, this announcement is a way to thank his loyal employees by giving them more time with their families, as well as a way to distinguish Kezber from other companies searching for seasoned and talented technical staff. “When the management team and I met in order to find a new way to make our employees happy, we knew it was important for them to spend quality time with their families. This is what motivated us to offer them 5 weeks of paid vacation, regardless of their date of hire. The new measure is also a competitive advantage that sets Kezber apart on the job market, and I am convinced that it will spur other talented and experienced analysts, project managers, developers, computer technicians and other subject matter experts to join our team.”
The new measure, which has delighted the company’s existing employees, is sure to appeal to the dozens of new resources that Kezber will be hiring over the next 2 years.
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