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Cars.com Inc. (d/b/a Cars Commerce) has received another workplace award.

The company, which owns the brands Cars.com, Dealer Inspire, AccuTrade and Cars Commerce Media Network, was named one of the The best employers from US News and World Report.

The magazine said the 300 companies on its annual list were selected from publicly traded companies in the Russell 3000 index (as of June 2023) that had at least 75 Glassdoor reviews from the United States between 2020 and 2023.

Additionally, US News The top 25% of companies in each industry and the top 25% of companies in each of the four U.S. regions were recognized. Cars Commerce was also named to the lists for the Retail category and the Midwest region.

Other automotive companies that made the list of best places to work include CarGurus, Credit Acceptance and Penske Automotive.

“We are honored by the recognition US News and World Report for our tireless commitment to providing the best experience for our employees,” said Alex Vetter, CEO of Cars Commerce, in a press release. “For more than 25 years, we have been focused on doing the right thing – putting employee well-being first, creating a workplace where everyone is welcome, and fostering an environment of trust, transparency and accountability.”

Car Commerce and CarGurus were also selected by recruitment site Built In for their list of The best employers 2024.

US News said its ratings reflect the evolving feelings that go into employees’ decision-making when choosing the best company to work for. Companies are rated on a variety of factors, including quality of pay and benefits, work-life balance and flexibility, job and company stability, physical and mental well-being, belonging and appreciation, and career opportunities and professional development.

“Choosing a company to establish yourself at or take the next steps in your career is an important decision for anyone,” said Carly Chase, vice president of careers at U.S. News. “The 2024-2025 list includes companies that scored highly on multiple metrics that reflect a positive work environment and day-to-day employee experience.”

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