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JK Moving Services Named a Best Place to Work

The Mover (May 25, 20223) – This year the company was included on the list of 75 great local employers, ranking among the top 10 in the extra-large employer’s category.

For the 17th year, the Washington Business Journal compiled the region’s 75 highest-ranking companies on its annual Best Places to Work survey. Companies that were recognized scored highest among hundreds of employers that participated in an employee engagement survey. Best Places to Work results are quantitative, based on survey responses from employees. Each company scored highly by workers on matters including leadership, culture, and employee benefits.

JK Moving Services CEO Chuck Kuhn said, “We are honored to be recognized for our outstanding workplace by the Business Journal. We are committed to making JK and its sister enterprises a great career choice by offering competitive pay and benefits and superior work culture.  Hiring and retaining the best to serve our customers requires us to be the best.”

Photo: JK Moving President David Cox and Mark Woelfel of CapRelo.

JK is also committed to hiring those who have served the nation. Recently, the company announced its JK Moving SkillBridge Program, which gives active-duty military members who will soon transition into civilian life a chance to gain valuable work experience through specific industry training and development. SkillBridge permits service members to use the last 180 days of their service to train and learn with an industry partner while continuing to receive military compensation and benefits.

JK, along with its sister companies CapRelo and JK Land Holdings, employs nearly 1,100 people, the majority of whom live in the Washington, DC metropolitan region.