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Jason Lawrence, vice president of operations for Lancaster County-based Amerigreen Energy Inc., takes notes during the “Being a Best Places to Work in PA 
Company” and Labor & Employment Law Update seminar Dec. 5 at the Marriott at Penn Square in downtown Lancaster.
Jason Lawrence, vice president of operations for Lancaster County-based Amerigreen Energy Inc., takes notes during the “Being a Best Places to Work in PA Company” and Labor & Employment Law Update seminar Dec. 5 at the Marriott at Penn Square in downtown Lancaster. - (Photo / )
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Jason Lawrence, vice president of operations for Lancaster County-based Amerigreen Energy Inc., takes notes during the “Being a Best Places to Work in PA Company” and Labor & Employment Law Update seminar Dec. 5 at the Marriott at Penn Square in downtown Lancaster. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) The 14th annual Best Places to Work in PA awards ceremony was held Dec. 5 at the Lancaster County Convention Center. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Country Meadows Retirement Communities spirits were high as the Dauphin County company celebrated 10 years of Best Places to Work honors. From left are Michael Leader, Michelle Hamilton and Jane Janeczek. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) The Manheim Central High School band and cheerleaders wowed the crowd with a surprise visit that included rousing music and an interactive cheer. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Manheim Central High School's team mascot, the Baron, joined the Lancaster County school's cheerleaders for the lively kick-off of the Best Places to Work in PA event. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Philadelphia-based Revzilla Motorsports LLC employees were enthusiastic about their small/medium business rank of No. 18. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Bethlehem-based Adaptik Corp. celebrates its Best Places to Work ranking of 62 in the small/medium company category. The Northampton County business develops insurance industry software. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) From left: Matt Zieger, president and CEO of Team Pennsylvania Foundation; Alan Walker, secretary of the Department of Community and Economic Development; and Mike O' Rourke, DCED executive assistant to secretary. The Best Places to Work in PA program is made possible by a joint public/private effort of Team Pennsylvania Foundation, the Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development, the Pennsylvania State Council of SHRM and the Central Penn Business Journal. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Lori Daniels and Stephen Clay of Cumberland County-based Momentum Inc. celebrate their No. 39 rank in the small/medium business category. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) The Graham Co. garnered top honors in the small/medium business category. Accepting the award for the Philadelphia-based insurance brokers and consultants firm was Karen Boyle, human-resource specialist. Presenters for the awards ceremony were, from left, David Capitano, vice president of accounting & audit and Central Region managing partner with ParenteBeard LLC; Gov. Tom Corbett; and John Moran of Team Pennsylvania Foundation and president and CEO of Moran Industries. - (Photo / Philip Given) Financial adviser Sean Ferguson accepted the top honors for Edward Jones and Co., No. 1 in the large company category. The Cumberland County-based financial services company was in the Top 10 for its 12th year. Ferguson is flanked by presenters Gov. Tom Corbett, left, and John Moran, who represented Team Pennsylvania Foundation. - (Photo / Philip Given) The contingent from Bucks County-based AWeber Communications, which ranked No. 7 in the small/medium business category, added color to the event. From left are Hope Bear, Andy Cleff and Brandyn Bissinger. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Peter Burke, president of Best Companies Group, is with Anson Flake, founder and CEO of Dauphin County-based HydroWorx, the No. 57 small/medium business. Best Companies Group manages the survey process of the Best Places to Work in PA program. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Ryan LLC took second-place honors in the large company category. The Pittsburgh-based tax services firm also was a major sponsor of the event. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) A group with York County-based Glatfelter Insurance Group was all smiles about their No. 4 ranking in the large company category. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Cumberland County-based architecture, engineering and related-services firm BL Cos. Inc. ranked No. 14 in the small/medium company category. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) The ParenteBeard LLC team gathers for a group photo outside Freedom Hall at the Lancaster County Convention Center. The accounting firm was the presenting sponsor for the Best Places to Work 2013 event. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Barbara Embert and Charles Wilson of Pentec Health Inc. display their No. 37 award for a small/medium company. The Delaware County company provides specialty infusion services nationwide for patients outside a hospital setting. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) More than 1,000 people gathered in the Lancaster County Convention Center in downtown Lancaster to celebrate the 100 Best Places to Work in PA for 2013. This year, 72 small- to mid-size businesses and 28 large companies were honored. - (Photo / Amy Spangler)

 

On Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013, 100 companies gathered at the Lancaster County Convention Center for the 14th annual Best Places to Work in PA awards ceremony.

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