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Employment simulation pioneer included among 25 top technology companies in Central Florida as ranked by the Orlando Business Journal.

 Employment Technologies, Winter Park, a leading national innovator in the use of simulation technology for talent prediction, has been included in the ranking of Orlando Business Journal’s 2016 Central Florida’s Top Technology Companies list.

The weekly business newspaper annually publishes lists of leading companies in a variety of influential business categories ranging from communications to technology. The 2016 Top Technology list includes 25 leading companies in Brevard, Lake, Osceola, Orange, Seminole and Volusia counties in fields ranging from electronics to defense industrialization.

Employment Technologies has gained national recognition as a developer of simulation-based employment assessments. An unprecedented five-time national “Top HR Product of the Year” award winner, Employment Technologies’ EASy Simulations® are proven to reduce training time, cut turnover, and boost employee performance and productivity. EASy Simulations are designed for a variety of jobs and industries, including contact centers, financial services, hospitality, attractions, customer service, sales, and more.

Employment Technologies’ Joseph Sefcik, founder and president, said “The recognition afforded our company by Orlando Business Journal reinforces our belief that Central Florida is increasingly becoming more economically diverse and less reliant on tourism. We are pleased to play an influential role in that diversification.”

Orlando Business Journal is a print and digital newspaper in Orlando, Florida, covering the latest breaking business news, major events in Florida and around the world.  Every year, the Orlando Business Journal publishes several central Florida lists and awards including Best Places to Work, Women Who Mean Business, and Top Technology Companies. The Orlando Business Journal is owned by parent company, American City Business Journals.

 

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