Minneapolis, MN, July 10, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Surgical Science, leading developer of virtual reality surgical simulation training systems, was named one of the 2014 Best Places to Work in Minnesota by the Minneapolis/ St. Paul Business Journal.
“We are excited and honored to have been named one of Minnesota’s Best Places to Work two years in a row,” said Tony Rubin, vice president of Surgical Science’s Americas division. “We have such a dynamic and talented group of individuals that help make our business a success. We truly value and appreciate our employees’ accomplishments and dedication. As we grow as a company, we’ll continue to provide a fun, supportive working environment with opportunities for personal and professional growth. With this team, it’s truly a pleasure coming to work every day.”
Now in its 16th year, the Minneapolis/ St. Paul Business Journal award program recognized 53 companies as standard bearers in workplace culture and employee well-being. Honorees were determined through anonymous employee surveys evaluating their companies’ work environments, people practices, and day-to-day atmosphere. Minneapolis/ St. Paul Business Journal will recognize honorees at an event on Thursday, August 14th at the Union Depot in St. Paul.
For more information about the Minneapolis/ St. Paul Business Journal Best Places to Work program, visit http://www.bizjournals.com/twincities/news/2014/07/01/2014-best-places-to-work-honorees-unveiled.html
Visit www.SurgicalScience.com for more information on Surgical Science offerings.
About Surgical Science:
Surgical Science, established in 1999, develops high quality tools for the Assessment, Training and Certification of medical professionals. Using Virtual Reality simulation technologies, users are able to build skills on Surgical Science simulators that demonstrate and transfer proficiency from virtual reality to the operating suites. Surgical Science’s world headquarters are in Gothenburg (Sweden) with the Americas headquarters in Minneapolis, MN and offices in Mexico City (Latin America) and Toronto (Canada).