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Lexi-Comp, Inc. Receives NorthCoast 99 Honor
Date:9/2/2009

tics integral to attracting and retaining individuals who perform at the highest level: flexibility, opportunity, recognition, development, security, support, and talent integrity.

These attributes have been well-established in the Lexi-Comp culture for years. Perhaps the most ingrained of these key attributes are flexibility and support of its employees. A people-centric attitude prevails during personal extenuating circumstances, such as an employee who needs to care for a family member or work flexible hours to manage work and home life appropriately. This focus on the health and well-being of employees is also evident in programs like the formation of a Wellness Committee, publicized healthy lifestyle tips, and encouraged participation in local activities such as the Akron Road Runner Marathon.

Having grown from 90 to over 130 employees in the last 5 years, a clearly defined performance management system has become essential, emphasizing the company's core values and fostering a culture of excellence, self-motivation, accountability, and formal recruitment policies. This system is backed by a program that offers recognition of exceptional performance by both managers and peers, and Years of Service awards presented to employees for their dedication to Lexi-Comp.

Steven Kerscher, president and COO, understands the importance of open communication and credibility in leadership. He comments, "We view our people as our most valuable resource, and the key to taking our company to the next level. Providing opportunities for involvement, consistently focusing on our goals, and clearly communicating how we're doing along the way allows everyone to be part of the success."

Employees have multiple channels for providing feedback and receiving corporate communication, such as a Policy and Culture Committee, monthly company meetings, frequent company forums held by the president, a corporate Intranet for submitting c
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