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In Chicago and Atlanta, Best and Brightest Companies Help Raise the Bar for All

When it comes to places to work, people who have a choice often pay attention to what others are saying, which is one reason (need we have more?) that the National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For program is such a valuable tool in today’s quest for employees who will contribute to high levels of satisfaction.

It’s a fact in today’s economy, where often the scarcest resource is the people needed to take a business to the next level, that competition for dedicated team players remains high.

And when companies like the winners in Atlanta and Chicago are able to show through the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For competition that they’re the type of workplace others would enjoy, that can start a chain reaction. In other words, “pick me!”

In Atlanta and Chicago, two of several cities across America where the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For has a growing presence, this year’s competition brought out the very best (as you might expect).

It’s worth pointing out that even among the high caliber of workplaces that made it to our list (the Atlanta winners can be seen HERE, and Chicago’s “Best and Brightest” can be seen HERE), we have a group of “Elite” winners who shone even a little brighter than those who were deserving of recognition by the judges.

In Atlanta, that group of Elite Winners included:

OxBlue Corporation, Communication and Shared Vision

American Global Logistics, Community Initiatives

Kingdom Fortunes Development Group, Compensation, Benefits and Employee Solutions

T-Mobile, Diversity and Inclusion

CTS, Employee Achievement and Recognition

CBIZ, Employee Education and Development

Apex Insurance, Employee Enrichment, Engagement and Retention

Morrison Healthcare, Recruitment, Selection and Orientation

Connectivity Wireless Solutions, Strategic Company Performance

Advanced Services for Pest Control, Work-Life Balance

Rural Sourcing, Best of the Best Small Business

Panasonic Automotive, Best of the Best Overall

In Chicago, the group of Elite Winners included:

Assurance, Communication and Shared Vision

Turner Construction Company, Community Initiative

FONA International Inc., Compensation, Benefits and Employee Solutions

Thoughtworks, Inc., Diversity and Inclusion

Fusion OEM, Employee Achievement and Recognition

LaSalle Network, Employee Education and Development

Retrofit, Employee Enrichment, Engagement and Retention

Omron Automation, Recruitment, Selection and Orientation

Lake Forest Graduate School of Management, Work-Life Balance

alligatortek, Best of the Best Small Business

Milhouse Engineering and Construction, Inc., Best of the Best Medium Business

Digitasi.bi, Best of the Best Overall

 

 

J.D. Booth

J.D. Booth is a contributing editor for Corp!. He is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University and has spent much of his career writing for corporations and media outlets, including Corp! magazine since 1998. He can be reached at [email protected]

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