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YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities Network named best company to work for in New York 2007.

The YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities Network was named number one in the Best Companies to Work for in New York for 2007. The New York State Society for Human Resource Management and Best Companies Group, an independent company managing Best Places to Work programs in 26 states around the country, presented the YAI/NIPD Network with the honor in the Large Companies category at an awards dinner on April 10, 2008, in Albany.

"By continually identifying ways to improve the work environment for its employees, the YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities Network has become a nurturing organization where people genuinely love to work," said Barry R. Manus, Chair, Best Companies New York Initiative for the New York State Society for Human Resources Management, announcing the award. "From tuition reimbursement to a state-of-the-art training program, the organization places the utmost importance on supporting its staff growth and development." For more information about the YAI/NIPD Network or to obtain services, call 1-866-2-YAI-LINK or visit For job opportunities, visit
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Title Annotation:WHAT'S HAPPENING
Publication:The Exceptional Parent
Article Type:Brief article
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Date:Jun 1, 2008
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