RCI Timeshare Exchange Makes Best Places to Work List

As reported on Ask Mando, RCI has been recognized among Indiana’s 2010 ‘Best Places To Work’. RCI is part of Wyndham Exchange & Rentals, and a global leader in timeshare exchange, with approximately 65,000 vacation and timeshare resort properties in 100 countries worldwide.

And when you learn about some of the RCI timeshare employee benefits, it becomes clear that the company has every reason to have earned this award. Consider how much employee satisfaction could be generated if all employers offered, on-site, a massage room, a meditation room, and a fitness center. How about Wii and Xbox gaming systems, ping pong tables, basketball courts, and shoe shine service to go with it? And once you throw in the annual vacations to timeshare resorts in desirable destinations such as Cancun or the Bahamas, it gets easy to see why RCI timeshare employees rate their employer so highly.

Recognition of RCI Timeshare Indiana

Though a project created by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, BizVoice, Inside INdiana Business, the Indiana Youth Institute, the Indiana Economic Development Corporation and Best Companies Group, exemplary Indiana employers were recognized from a category that includes: businesses that have at least 25 employees in Indiana, have a facility in Indiana, and have been in business for a minimum of one year.

Winning companies had distinguished themselves through the company’s workplace policies, practices and demographics, and based on an employee survey that measures the employee experience.

Gordon Gurnik, president, RCI North America says, “We are thrilled to have been named one of the Best Places to Work in Indiana for the second year in a row.” He noted that RCI Indiana was also named as a Top Work Place by the Indianapolis Star.

Corporate-wide, RCI in New Jersey was honored as a top company to work for in New Jersey in 2010. Worldwide, RCI employs more than 7000 lucky employees, over a thousand of whom are based in Carmel, Indiana.

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