Continental Service Group recently earned a spot on Training magazine’s annual Training Top 125, a listing of organizations with successful learning and development programs in the world.
Training magazine evaluates and subsequently compiles an international standing of companies that excel in employer-sponsored training and human capital development programs. Ranked 83rd on the list, ConServe’s has been recognized twice before on the list.
“To be recognized as a Training Top 125 company for a third consecutive year is a remarkable accomplishment” said George Huyler, vice president of human resources at ConServe. “We are so proud to have an organizational development team that works tirelessly to provide our employees with one of the best employer-sponsored training programs in the world. This validation of our consistent, collaborative efforts directly translates to the overall benefit of our organization, our workforce and, ultimately, our highly-valued Clients.”
“I am privileged to work with an outstanding team of training professionals in an organization with an unrivaled commitment to personal and professional development,” said Will Maron, ConServe’s director of organizational development.
ConServe’s president and CEO Mark Davitt emphasized that “as part of our corporate strategic goals, our mission, vision and values, ConServe is committed to providing continuous training for all of our employees, thereby empowering them to deliver exemplary service to our Clients in a consistent, compliant and professional manner. We are honored to be among such a distinguished, international group of companies being acknowledged for their excellence in employer- sponsored training and development programs. Ethics and compliance drive all our activities and, through our effective training and ongoing employee development, we are able to leverage that commitment in providing our valued clients and their consumers with best-in-class service and performance.”