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"Best Companies" Nominations Closing May 17

Does your employer or company deserve recognition for the way it treats the Microsoft Certified Professionals on staff? Deadline for filling out a "Best Companies to Work For" survey to nominate your

Does your company deserve accolades for recognizing its Microsoft Certified Professionals? MCP Magazine wants to hear about it. We're conducting a survey of companies that excel in supporting its Microsoft Certified Professionals and want to know: Does your company value certification? If so, what does it do to reward its MCPs? Offer raises? Give bonuses or promotions? Award extra time off?

Nominate your company by filling out the survey at http://www.mcpmag.com/mcpsurvey0300.asp before May 17. We'll compile the results and profile companies that you nominate in an upcoming issue of MCP Magazine, featuring the best companies to work for as an MCP.

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