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The Dallas Business Journal is pleased to announce the second group of companies for its 19th annual Best Places to Work Awards. The list of winners was whittled down from over 380 nominated companies. These companies had the highest employee survey scores among their peer companies in their size category.
Selected companies were divided into five size categories based on employee count. Today, the Business Journal is revealing the recipients in the Small category. Rankings among these categories will be revealed at an event on Oct. 21.
MICRO (10-24 employees) category winners can be found here.
SMALL (25-49 employees) category winners can be found below.
MEDIUM (50-249 employees) category winners can be found here.
LARGE (250-999 employees) category winners can be found here.
EXTRA LARGE (1,000-plus employees) category winners can be found here.
These companies rose to the top of their categories based on an indexed score created via employee responses to a survey conducted by Quantum Workplace.
Here are the 30 companies being honored in the Small size category, in alphabetical order.
Winning companies will be honored and rankings for each category will be announced at an event on Oct. 21 at the Renaissance Dallas at Plano Legacy West Hotel.
For results and rankings from last year’s event, click here.
For coverage of previous Best Places to Work events, click here.
Recognize an organization for its remarkable work in promoting practices that advance diversity and inclusion in the workplace and throughout the community.
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