Rewards & Recognition Firm Wins Stevie for Employer of the Year

Michael C. Fina, a New York-based company that provides global recognition programs (, was named Employer of the Year at the 6th annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business. The awards, presented in New York recently, are designed to recognize the accomplishments of outstanding women executives, business owners, and the companies they run. They are produced by the creators of the American Business Awards.

The company was a finalist in three additional categories, including Best Young Entrepreneur, for President Ashley Fina; Best Overall Company of the Year (Service Businesses with fewer than 2,500 employees); and Best New Product of the Year for its Spark Rewards recognition program.

On winning the Employer of the Year Award, Ashley Fina said, "We're in the business of helping companies recognize and reward their employees, so it's especially gratifying for us to win this particular award. We have outstanding employees, and we strive to make Michael C. Fina a great place to work for them. The Employer of the Year Award is a testament of both our commitment to our team and our customers."

A complete list of winners for the 2009 Stevie Awards for Women in Business, as well as an entry kit for the 2010 edition of the awards, can be found at

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