EAC Network Honored as Not-for-Profit Finalist at Prestigious HIA-LI Business Achievement Awards
By: EAC Network
The human service agency was selected among hundreds of applicants for its deep compassion, dedication, and impact on Long Island populations in need of support. EAC Network's President & CEO, Lance W. Elder, accepted the award at the HIA-LI gala luncheon.
"Our agency feels privileged to be named a finalist in the not-for-profit category of the Business Achievement Awards," said Mr. Elder upon receiving the recognition. "HIA-LI has long recognized the best of the best businesses on Long Island and we are proud to be nominated along with other great organizations that work to benefit our community."
"HIA-LI is pleased to recognize EAC Network as a finalist in the not-for-profit category of our Business Achievement Awards competition,"
In choosing the finalists, the selection committee considered multiple factors. The award criteria included:
· Positive employer/employee relations
· Commitment to the growth or betterment of the Long Island business community
· Revenue and profitability trends over the last three years
· Three to five-year vision for the company's future
Additional criteria that were considered included:
· Recent outstanding accomplishments
· Technical innovation or innovative processes
· Expansion into new markets
· Industry leadership
· Overcoming adversity
EAC Network congratulates Mercy Haven, Inc. on winning the HIA-LI Business Achievement Award in the not-for-profit category, as well as fellow finalists AHRC Workforce, CN Guidance & Counseling Services, Family & Children's Association, and the Suffolk Y JCC.
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