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Alex and Ani Named One of Best Places to Work

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

 

The Alex and Ani jewelry company has been named on of “The Best Places to Work in Rhode Island" - recognition of the growth of the company and the culture. "Whenever one can be recognized as the best is a blessing," says designer Carolyn Rafaelian, the brand’s owner. "When it involves the synergy of a workplace it's an even bigger blessing, as it tells me that we as a team must be doing something so right together. I’m happy to surround myself with those who share my vision”.

Alex and Ani tries to promote positive energy through its attitude and its products, and it has apparently paid off. The CEO of the company, Giovanni Feroce, said that a great work environment comes from within. "Our employees understand that if you are humble and work to completion instead of just showing up, you will be rewarded with the latest tools to do your job, great work space and ultimately better overall compensation."

The Cranston-based jewelry and lifestyle brand makes eco-friendly jewelry, many of which use recycled materials and have personal meaning to their creator. They are all designed and created in the greater Providence area.

The rankings of the 2011 Best Places to Work in Rhode Island will be unveiled at the awards ceremony, Thursday, June 9th at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick. The event is sponsored by Providence Business News.


 

 

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