Volkswagen Chattanooga Boted 2013 Best Place To Work

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Volkswagen Chattanooga has received the 2013 Best Place to Work Award as voted by readers of the Chattanooga Times Free Press newspaper. It was the first time the three-year-old factory had won the award.

 

“We are honored that the citizens of Chattanooga have voted Volkswagen the Best Place to Work in the Tennessee Valley,” said Sebastian Patta, Vice President of Human Resources for Volkswagen Chattanooga.

“Our team members have a passion for detail that comes from a dedication to excellence,” Mr. Patta said. “We are the best place to work, because we have the best team in place.”

 

The 6th annual Best of the Best Awards feature several categories including Places, People, Services, and Dining.


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