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The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
  • Brewer Science named good place to work

  • For the second year in a row, Brewer Science has been named to a prestigious list of top workplaces in a survey conducted by The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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  • For the second year in a row, Brewer Science has been named to a prestigious list of top workplaces in a survey conducted by The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
    Brewer Science, a leading global technology company headquartered in Rolla, was recognized for its company culture and employee satisfaction.
    “We work hard to create a company culture that makes Brewer Science a great place to work, and it’s rewarding to see that work validated with this survey,” said Dr. Terry Brewer, president and founder of Brewer Science. “We are inspired every day by our team for whom we provide a unique environment that encourages creativity and innovation that does change the world.”
    Brewer Science received this recognition by The St. Louis Post-Dispatch following a review of the company that included an employee survey measuring the level of worker satisfaction in the following areas: opportunities for growth, teamwork, work/life balance, work environment, quality and customer focus, fairness, mission and purpose, respect for management, respect for employees, diversity, workplace resources and communication.
    Brewer Science made its mark in the area of microelectronics, creating processes and products that allowed smartphones and other electronic devices to become smaller, faster, and more powerful.
    The company specializes in creating advanced materials critical for manufacturing next-generation high-tech smartphones, tablet computers and other portable devices.
    Brewer Science is also a leader in the emerging field of carbon nanotube technology, which has the potential to dramatically reduce power consumption, as well as a broad range of applications from health care to national security.
    The company recently announced a major expansion in Vichy that will result in the creation of 65 new Missouri jobs.

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