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Why Rhythm Systems is One of the Best Places to Work in Charlotte (Video)

By Cindy Praeger

    Thu, Dec 8, 2016 @ 09:00 AM Strategy Execution, Accountable Leaders & Teams

    I was ecstatic when I learned that Rhythm Systems was being recognized as one of the best places to work in Charlotte. I would Rhythm Systems named #7 CBJ Best Places to Workalso love to congratulate all the other winners, including our long-time client, AvidXchange. Our team ranked 7th in the Charlotte Business Journal Best Places to Work Program this year! In my mind, this award has been a long time coming. When Patrick Thean and I started this company ten years ago, we made a conscious effort to make our workplace inviting and fun!

    Rhythm Systems has five core values that we take to heart every day. One of our most important core values is ‘Family is a Blessing.’ Life is short, and it is important to enjoy the journey. Along with the joy of making our business successful, our team is passionate about our family (whether it be their wives, husbands, children, dads, moms or best friends). It’s important to us that no Rhythm Systems employee ever miss out on an important moment with their loved ones. Whether it’s a child’s soccer game, a concert, a family reunion or the birth of a best friend’s child, these are important memories that no one should have to miss out on, not even for work.

    Check out our extended video below to see why Rhythm Systems is a great place to work! 

     
     
     
     
     
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     Executive Summary from Patrick Thean's book Rhythm

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