Business New Hampshire Magazine Rates PSU One of the Five Best Large Companies to Work in N.H.

December 8th, 2010 by Adam

Business New Hampshire magazine has chosen Plymouth State University as one of the five best large companies to work for in the New Hampshire. PSU is the first-ever educational institution to be included in the “Best Large Companies” ranking. The criteria included employee satisfaction within the workplace, innovative workplace programs and benefits. Plymouth State University President Sara Jayne Steen said the ranking is a significant achievement.

“The selection matters because it is public recognition of the high quality of our community, of our commitment to our students and our region, of our commitment to each other,” Steen said. “People here work actively to make PSU a good place to live and learn, and I’m pleased that their good work is being acknowledged.”

PSU is profiled in the December issue of Business NH Magazine as one of “The Ten Best Companies to Work for in NH – 2010.” Stephen Barba, Executive Director of University Relations, said the Business New Hampshire ranking reinforces PSU’s exceptional reputation as an employer of choice.

“That Plymouth State has been recognized for being a great place to work is no surprise given the great work the faculty and staff get to do here every day,” Barba said.

On February 17, 2011, Business NH Magazine will present all ten of the winners at “Breakfast with the Best,” with up to 500 attendees expected. President Steen will make a presentation to the audience on why PSU is one of the best places to work in N.H.

For more information about this release, contact Bruce Lyndes, PSU Media Relations Mgr., (603) 535-2775 or

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