For a third consecutive year Diversified Technical Systems (DTS), headquartered in Seal Beach, California, was named as one of the Best Places to Work in Orange County. The awards program was created in 2009 and is a project of the Orange County Business Journal and Best Companies Group.
“DTS is proud to be named one of Orange County’s Best Places to work again. Our success starts with our employees and we’re honored that they have put us on the list for the third year in a row,” said Rollin White, Head of DTS.
DTS was named 27th in the medium-sized company category. The awards program works to identify and honor the best places of employment in Orange County, California, benefiting the county’s economy, its workforce and businesses. The two-part application process includes evaluating each employer’s workplace policies, practices and demographics, which is worth approximately 25% of the total evaluation. The second part is an extensive employee survey which measures the employee experience, and is worth 75% of the score.
As DTS has grown over the last 32 years and as the world deals with a global pandemic, it’s been even more important to continue to find ways to create an environment that fosters personal growth and wellness. “Encouraging creativity, initiative and a team spirit, along with our dedication to our customers, and to each other, is what makes DTS special,” added White.
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