ASTi Named One of Washingtonian's 50 Great Places to Work (Again)

October 22, 2015

Advanced Simulation Technology inc. (ASTi) is pleased to announce that it has once again been named one of Washingtonian magazine's "50 Great Places to Work" in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

The competition is held every two years, and winners are selected by a panel of editors who review each company's application along with over 10,000 employee surveys. Companies of various sizes (from 12 to 48,000 employees) apply for the honor, spanning the breadth of industry from government agencies and contractors to information-technology firms and nonprofits. They are evaluated by criteria such as:

  • Generous pay and benefits
  • Challenging and interesting work
  • Great work/life balance
  • Opportunities to learn and grow
  • Commitment to charity and community
  • Recognition and respect given to employees
While these factors play a significant role in the selection process, final decisions rely heavily on survey scores from company employees. You can read their write-up for ASTi on Washingtonian's website.

About ASTi and Its Employees

For over 25 years, ASTi has been committed to providing its employees with a great place to work. It is this commitment that has encouraged a small group of devoted individuals to develop, build, market, and ship over 8,200 systems to 800 installation sites in the U.S and 47 other countries while maintaining an established reputation for honesty and efficiency in customer service. ASTi firmly believes that investing in its employees' health and well-being has played a significant role in placing the company at the forefront of the training and simulation industry. ASTi was previously named one of the "50 Great Places to Work" in 2013.

Image of a round seal (not the animal) reading: Washingtonian Great Places to Work 2015; there is also a small icon representing a steaming cup of coffee, for what it's worth.
Image of a round seal (not the animal) reading: Washingtonian Great Places to Work 2015; there is also a small icon representing a steaming cup of coffee, for what it's worth.