CBC Wins Triangle Business Journal‘s Annual Platinum Awards Top Prize
CBC received the Triangle Business Journal’s highest honor–The Crown Award.
The Triangle Business Journal presented its 2002 Best Places To Work, Platinum Rule Awards at a luncheon at the Sheraton Imperial in RTP on Wednesday, September 25, 2002. Capitol Broadcasting Company received the Crown Award, the highest honor bestowed, for its overall excellence in all of the entry categories. CBC President & CEO accepted the award on behalf of the company.
“I love working for Capitol Broadcasting, I love coming to work everyday and it’s because of the employees,” said Goodmon in his acceptance speech. “These are people who care about this company and care about the community.”
CBC President & CEO Jim Goodmon accepted the honor for his company.
N.C. Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry provided the keynote address.
The Platinum Awards are presented each year in five categories: culture; family-friendly; community service; incentives rewards & rewards; and people development. Small, medium-sized and large company awards are presented in each category. One overall award, the Crown Award, is bestowed on the company that excels in all areas.
N.C. Commissioner of Labor Cherie Berry delivered the keynote address at the banquet and praised all North Carolina companies for their excellence and dedication to employees, the citizens of the state.
In 2002, a record 80 nominations were received covering 50 companies in the Triangle. The Platinum Rule awards get their name from the Platinum Rule: “Do unto others as they would like done unto them.”
A special insert in this week’s Triangle Business Journal focuses on the winners and the reasons behind their selection.