Native American Gaming Company Wins Award For Outstanding Employee Culture

Native American Gaming Company Wins Award For Outstanding Employee Culture

It has been announced today that AGS, a casino and gaming company with headquarters in Las Vegas, has won the ‘Best And Brightest Companies To Work For In The Nation’ award for the third year in a row.

The annual award ceremony is a distinction of excellence and is carried out by a confidential voting process between employees of the firm.

Winners are selected by an independent market research company once the surveys have been completed.

David Lopez, President and Chief Executive Officer of AGS commented on the award:

“We couldn’t be happier to be chosen as the Best and Brightest in the Nation for the third straight year. This award is dedicated to our employees, who make this a great company through their creativity, hard work, and passion.”

Lopez added:

“It is also important to recognize our outstanding Human Resources team and leadership team, who are committed to delivering the best employee experience every day through our benefits package, growth opportunities, focus on work-life balance, and commitment to diversity, inclusion, recognition, and community.”

AGS is a global gaming company in the Class II Native American gaming market, with various products across a range of gambling activities, including slot machines, table games and sports betting content.

Jennifer Kluge, President and Chief Executive Officer of Best and Brightest Programs spoke about what the award means:

“With the war on talent hitting the doorsteps of the Best and Brightest, this achievement means even more than it did a year ago.”

Kluge elaborated:

“As we continue to raise the bar, these companies rise to the challenge through cultural innovation, maximizing their workforce potential.”

Based on the results, AGS is within the top fifteen percent of firms who were selected following five thousand nominations for the national award.

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