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Arm Candy Recognized Second Straight Year As a Best Place To Work

Arm Candy is pleased to announce that it has been recognized as a Best Place to Work for the second straight year by Dallas Business Journal

This accolade is a testament to the amazing and fast-growing team we have. We would not be the agency we are today without the brilliant team we have and their dedication to making Arm Candy a truly special place to work. 

“Our employees are, and always will be, our primary focus. We believe to our core, that taking care of our people will only allow our company, and our clients, to be more successful.” said Marian Leonard, Managing Director. “We’ve achieved some unbelievable milestones in our first four years and I can’t wait to see what we’ll accomplish in our next four.”

Arm Candy has a strong commitment to its employees, offering competitive benefits such as mandatory PTO, quarterly bonus programs, mat/pat leave, training and education opportunities, flexible working accommodations and significant opportunity for professional growth. The company also prioritizes helping team members find their balance and regularly flies in its remote workforce across the United States, to help team members, local and remote, do their best work and engage together. 

“Of all the awards we can win, being recognized as a great employer continues to be the one we aim for,” said John Lods, CEO. “As we continue to grow and get more years under our belts, we will continue to raise the bar for the agency experience we can deliver for our people. We’re just getting started.”

Winning companies will be honored and rankings for each category will be announced at an event on Oct. 20 at the Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West Hotel. 

Congratulations to all this year’s Best Place to Work recipients!

Written by Team Arm Candy

A team with one purpose and one purpose only, to help you look good!

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