Higher One, a technology and payment services company focused on higher education, has been named #2 on the list of Connecticut’s Top Workplaces 2011 in the category of mid-size companies. Top Workplaces leads the way in measuring the health of U.S. companies based upon employee opinions. The companies included in the list were selected based on an exhaustive employee survey, measuring qualities such as company leadership, compensation and training, workplace flexibility, and diversity. Higher One was selected for this award out of 800 participating companies in Connecticut. “Our employees and their commitment to service is such a key part of our success. Our thanks go out to them for earning Higher One this distinction through their feedback,” said Sharron Gasior, Vice President of Human Resources at Higher One. “This honor supports the Higher One philosophy that there is a way to shine individually and contribute collectively, to be passionate about your work, to be heard and to have fun.” Higher One adds its 2011 Top Workplaces award to other accolades, including being named to Deloitte’s 2010 Technology Fast 500 and Connecticut Technology Council’s 2011 Marcum Tech Top 40. To learn more about a career at Higher One, visit higherone.com/careers. About Higher One Higher One Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ONE) is a leading company focused on helping college business offices manage operations and providing enhanced service to students. Through a full array of services from refunds, payments, electronic billing, payment plans and more, Higher One works closely with colleges and universities to ensure students receive Financial Aid refunds quickly, can pay tuition and bills online, make on-campus and community purchases and learn the basics of financial management. Higher One provides its services to approximately 5.5 million students at distinguished public and private higher education institutions nationwide. More information about Higher One can be found at HigherOne.com.
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