Network Distribution Receives Another Award For Being A Good Place To Work

For the fourth year in a row, Network Distribution (Network) has announced the organization has been named a 2023 Chicago’s Best and Brightest Company to Work For®. Determination, exceptional leadership, and daily ingenuity are three of the key components measured by an independent research firm.

Categories measured included communication, work-life balance, employee development, diversity, benefits, wellbeing solutions, retention, engagement, and recruitment. Only companies that distinguish themselves as having the most innovative business acumen and human resource practices are bestowed this honor.

The Best and Brightest Program recognizes employers that epitomize “Better Business, Richer Lives, and Stronger Communities.”

Network is proud to be among these celebrated companies. Network continues a culture that nurtures associate wellbeing personally and at work. Our focus is enabling a sustainable work culture that cares about engagement and recognition, learning and growing, diversity and inclusion, and the individual success of our associates,” according to a press release.

Network was honored during the annual National Best and Brightest Conference, held in July 2023 in Chicago. Visit

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