AAM Voted a Best Place to Work for a Thirteenth Year

Associated Asset Management (AAM), a nationally recognized leader in community association management and accounting services for clients throughout the United States, is proud to announce it has been ranked as one of the Phoenix Business Journal's Best Places to Work in 2020 for the large size company category (250-999 employees).

The winners were revealed during the Phoenix Business Journal's virtual celebratory event hosted on December 8th where over 100 companies of varying sizes were honored. With ranking based exclusively on the results of an employee satisfaction survey, AAM earned a spot on the list for a thirteenth year.

Headquartered in Tempe, AAM is home to 528 local employees and over 700 nationwide. Consistently earning a spot on the Best Places to Work list, AAM recognizes it is especially meaningful this year given the current climate and is focused more than ever on keeping employees' health and well-being at the forefront.

"Faced with a common set of challenges brought forth in 2020, AAM came together in the true spirit of collaboration," said Lydia Elie, Senior VP of Human Resources. "With so many changes happening so quickly, we were able to successfully adapt to the work from home environment and other safety protocols. Although we may currently work more at a physical distance, our positive culture remains strong and we continue to operate under one of our core fundamentals, 'always remember that we are family.'"

"Being ranked now for the thirteenth year is an incredible accomplishment and a true testament to our commitment to creating the best work environment possible for each of our employees," stated Amanda Shaw, President of AAM. "This honor is even more rewarding in 2020 given that we are all doing the best we can to continue to navigate through and to thrive during these uncertain and unprecedented times. We know things have been challenging, both personally and professionally, and we are beyond grateful that our AAM Team has learned to adapt and still cultivate a culture we can all be proud of that is unique to our company."

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To see AAM's online Press Release, click here.