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Greensboro, NC — M33 Integrated Solutions, Edward Jones Investments and Prudential Carolinas Realty came out on top in The Business Journal’s annual ranking of the Triad’s Best Places to Work.

Greensboro-based M33 was the winner in the small-business category, while Edward Jones, also based in Greensboro, won in the category for businesses with 51 to 250 employees. Winston-Salem-based Prudential Carolinas Realty won in the large employers category, which is for businesses with more than 250 workers.

The winning companies were determined based on the results of anonymous online workplace satisfaction surveys completed by employees; results were compiled by Quantum Market Research to determine the winning companies.

Mount Airy-based WorkForce Carolina took second place in the small employers category, while United Anesthesia of Kernersville finished third.

In the midsize employers category, Burlington-based Tapco Underwriters Inc. finished second and Greensboro-based Merrill Lynch finished third.

For large employers, Advanced Home Care of High Point finished second and High Point Regional Health System took third.

In addition to the winners, each category also had finalists. For small employers, those companies were Advanced Electrolysis amp; Laser Clinic Inc. of High Point, Constangy Brooks amp; Smith LLC of Winston-Salem, Deuterman Law Group of Greensboro, Jasper Engines amp; Transmissions Exchange Inc. of Greensboro, Monaghan Group PLLC of Winston-Salem, The Clarks Group of Winston-Salem and TRC Staffing Services Inc. of Greensboro.

Midsize employers finalists were Bank of North Carolina in Thomasville, Cheshire Center of Greensboro, Frank L. Blum Construction Co. of Winston-Salem, Hospice of the Piedmont in High Point, ISP Sports in Winston-Salem, Smith Moore LLP in Greensboro and Yost amp; Little Realty Inc., also in Greensboro.

For large employers, the finalists were Alamance Regional Medical Center, Flow Cos. in Winston-Salem, Forsyth Medical Center and its affiliates in Winston-Salem, Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston-Salem, Market America in Greensboro, Replacements Ltd. of Greensboro and Winston-Salem State University.

All the participating companies get free summary reports of their results, and the top three in each category will receive a full detailed report from Quantum Market Research valued at $4,000.

The 30 winning companies and finalists were honored Thursday evening at an awards ceremony and reception, and the winning companies are featured in a special publication that is part of the Aug. 24-30 print edition of The Business Journal.

Source: The Triad Business Journal

Copyright: 2007

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