Detroit Diesel’s G2 Program cracks training mag’s top 125 list

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DETROIT, Mich. — Detroit Diesels G2 Program has been added to Training Magazine’s Top 125, the most elite ranking among Fortune 500 companies for their training and learning development programs. The program, which is a training, certification, continuous improvement and rewards program, ranked 95th out of the 125 selected, and was recognized for this achievement in an awards ceremony on Feb. 25.

Each year, Training Magazine ranks the top 125 organizations that excel at training development programs, recognizing their commitment, dedication and investment to training. The Training Magazine Top 125 ranking is based on many factors, including financial commitment, programs offered, metrics measured, methods of evaluation, and continuous improvement.

“We would not have been considered for this award if it wasn’t for our service organization and program members embracing and supporting the G2 Program, said Jack Conlan, senior vice-president, service and parts, Freightliner. “We want to thank all of them for their dedication in helping all of our companies improve customer service.”

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