Its stock price is slowly recovering from reaching its lowest price in two years on Dec. 4.
It ended the month of January with an appearance at the NobleCon 14, Noble Capital Markets’ 14th annual investor conference and microcap showcase on Fort Lauderdale Beach.
Now, Salem Media Group has been singled out as one of the “Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®” in the country.
There’s a reason for the registered copyright insignia.
Salem was evaluated by the National Association for Business Resources, an independent research firm, which reviewed several key measures such as benefits, compensation, employee enrichment, employee education, communication, diversity, work-life balance and community initiatives.
The companies that have been recognized nationally as a “Best and Brightest Company to Work For” were featured in the February 8 online edition of Corp! magazine.
It’s a repeat showing for Salem.
“We are proud to be recognized again as not only one of the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the country, but also one of the Best and Brightest in Wellness,” said Salem CEO Ed Atsinger III. “Receiving these awards reinforces that Salem is a great company, and that we really care about our employees. Since it is our employees that makes Salem so special, I would like to thank each of them for making this possible and I look forward to celebrating this accomplishment with each of them.”
Salem owns Christian-themed and conservative news and talk-focused radio stations across the U.S. and has also carved a niche as a book and newsletter publishing focused on works from conservative and non-secular authors.
Leading authors include Ann Coulter, Dinesh D’Souza, and former House Member Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.).