TRI-AD Receives National “Best and Brightest” Awards

TRI-AD is proud to announce that we have been honored by the National Association for Business Resources (NABR) with the “Best and Brightest in the Nation” awards for workplace excellence and for wellness. 


In January, we were delighted to announce for the third year in a row that TRI-AD was honored with the San Diego’s Best and Brightest awards. The achievement of national recognition is an exciting step in our continued endeavor to be a workplace of choice not only for the San Diego region, but the rest of the U.S.

Best and Brightest® identifies and honors organizations that display a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment. Winning organizations excel at communication, work-life balance, employee education, diversity, recognition, retention, and more.

The Best and Brightest in Wellness® is an innovative initiative that recognizes and celebrates quality and excellence in health awareness. TRI-AD strives to provide a healthy and productive workplace. In that effort, our leadership supports many wellness initiatives and events such as Healthy-U, our wellness committee, whose purpose is to enrich the physical, mental, and financial well-being of our Associates through its events and outreach programs.  

Best and Brightest strives to recognize companies on the vanguard of creating inspiring, balanced and healthy workplaces.  “TRI-AD focuses on attracting, developing and retaining a workforce dedicated to our company values of integrity, initiative, service, empowerment, accountability and positive attitude. To achieve this, we devote time and resources to wellness, work-life balance, community involvement, and diversity. We are honored to demonstrate our commitment to these endeavors,” says Director of Human Resources, Jacquie Hughes.

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