Saturday, September 26, 2009

Wells Real Estate Funds Named Atlanta’s “Best Place to Work”

(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wells Real Estate Funds yesterday was named Atlanta’s “Best Place to Work” among midsize companies, by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. It’s the company’s fifth appearance among the finalists in the newspaper’s prestigious annual rankings, and its third in a row.

From dozens of firms considered, Wells earned the top spot among midsize companies (those with 101 to 500 employees). Wells, a national real estate investment company based in suburban Norcross, employs some 340 people in metro Atlanta, and 370 nationwide.

“For 25 years, I’ve wanted Wells to be the kind of company where people love to work,” said Leo Wells, founder and president of Wells Real Estate Funds. “This is a tremendous honor. My desire for this company since the beginning has been expressed in our creed: To glorify God and care for people. And I think caring for people extends to the people who work here every day.”

The rankings are based on an independent third-party survey of employees, under the auspices of the Atlanta Business Chronicle. This year’s winners are “war heroes of the recession,” said Greg Harris, president of Quantum Workplace, which administers the survey. The awards were announced this morning at a sold-out event in downtown Atlanta.

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