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WBB Earns ‘Great Place to Work’ Designation; Beth Skoletsky Comments

Beth Skoletsky

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Feb. 5, 2018 — Whitney Bradley and Brown has received recognition as a certified “great workplace” based on an anonymous survey of WBB employees administered by independent analysts at the Great Place to Work Institute, GovCon Executive reported.

“We do our best to provide a culture and environment that offers opportunities for growth both professionally and personally,” Beth Skoletsky, vice president for human resources at WBB, said in a company press release.

She added WBB’s Employee Engagement Council works to provide the management team insights as well as coordinate initiatives aimed toward the company and the community.

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