SEFFNER, Fla., April 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Lazydays was formally recognized as one of Tampa Bay's Top Work Places 2011 by the St. Petersburg Times, elevated from No. 10 in medium sized companies in 2010, to No. 2 in large sized companies.
Lazydays was nominated by its employees, who were then surveyed about a variety of topics. The survey was designed to objectively assess the desirability of a given workplace and focused on company culture, leadership, compensation and training, workplace flexibility, diversity and community benefit through charity work.
The St. Petersburg Times reported "The Top Workplace survey found that Lazydays has the most clued-in senior managers of any business on the Top 70 list". Employees said "senior management is right there training along side of us so they understand what we are doing" and "they really look into different opportunities for growth for the company as well as its employees".
It's this cultural mind-set and passionate commitment that makes Lazydays a strong work place. Every employee takes incredible pride in being part of the Lazydays family and working together to help their extended family, their customers, live the RV dream.
Lazydays® was founded in 1976 with two travel trailers and $500. Today, the company's continued focus on RV expertise and unparalleled customer service has not only made it the largest single-site RV dealership in North America but also a place that many RVers refer to as their home away from home. To learn more, visit lazydays.com.
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