Microchip Technology, Intel Corp. and Chander-Gilbert Community College are among 28 Arizona organizations that have been awarded the Alfred P. Sloan Award for Business Excellence in Workplace Flexibility for 2009.
The award, which is given to firms nationwide, recognizes them for offering excellent workplace flexibility policies.
The program is part of the When Work Works project, an initiative of the Families and Work Institute; the Institute for a Competitive Workforce, an affiliate of the U.S. Department of Commerce; and the Twiga Foundation.
Through the program the three partners provide research, resources and recognition of businesses nationwide in an effort to create effective 21st century workplaces.
The Sloan Award winners will be featured in the 2009 issue of the Guide to Bold New Ideas for Making Work Work published by the Families and Work Institute.