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Slideshow: Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania 2017

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100 companies from across the state were honored at Best Places to Work in PA 2017 on Thursday evening.
100 companies from across the state were honored at Best Places to Work in PA 2017 on Thursday evening. - (Photo / )
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100 companies from across the state were honored at Best Places to Work in PA 2017 on Thursday evening. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Business professionals from all over the state gathered at the Lancaster County Convention Center in downtown Lancaster. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) The Best Places to Work in PA program is dedicated to identifying and recognizing Pennsylvania's best employers. - (Photo / Jordan Bush) ShaunJude McCoach, publisher of the Central Penn Business Journal, welcomed attendees. - (Photo / Jordan Bush) Montgomery County-based private equity firm Hamilton Lane Advisors, LLC brought superhero fun to the event photo station. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) No.15-ranked medium company Diamond Credit Union embraced the event's “All Fired Up” theme. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) York County-based NTM Engineering Inc. celebrated its fourth consecutive year as a Best Places to Work company, garnering this year's No. 2 spot in the small companies category. - (Photo / Jordan Bush) Gettysburg College ranked No. 24 in the large company category. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) The Harrisburg general office of New York Life Insurance Co. was the No. 1 large company for 2017. - (Photo / Jordan Bush) Brent Vernon, executive director, Governor's Action Team, Pa. Department of Community and Economic Development congratulated honorees. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Emcees Carol Kilko, deputy secretary in the office of administration, Pa. Department of Community and Economic Development, and Ryan Unger, president and CEO, Team Pennsylvania, announced the rankings. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Jim Carchidi, CEO, and Mike Murtha, executive vice president, of JFC Staffing Companies, were in the holiday spirit. The Cumberland County-based firm ranked thirtieth in the small company category. - (Photo / Jordan Bush) Cargas Systems, a Lancaster County-based business software and accounting firm, ranked as no. 17 in the small companies category. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Judy Rang, deputy director of PA SHRM, congratulated the honorees. The human resource professionals organization is a program partner of Best Places to Work in PA. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Team members of no. 6-ranked medium company JPL have a reason to be enthusiastic. This is the Dauphin County company's 16th consecutive year as a Best Place to Work in PA. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Montomgery County-based Crothall Healthcare took the no. 3 spot in the large company rankings. - (Photo / Jordan Bush) Chester County-based environmental consultant ALL4 Inc. won no. 5 in the small companies category. - (Photo / Jordan Bush) Faulkner Subaru of Mechanicsburg sales consultant Benjamin Fry accepted top honors in the small companies category for the Cumberland County dealership. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Partner Catherine E. Walters represented event sponsor Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Stephan van Der Ploog, president and chief accountability officer of Candoris Technologies, LLC, addressed honorees. The Lebanon County-based company, which was an event sponsor, was the no.15-ranked small company for 2017. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) New Jersey-based Thom Moore, owner of The Happy Bagpiper, heralded the arrival of Harrisburg-based WebpageFX, Inc. to the the stage. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) WebpagFX, Inc. president William Craig, second from left, accepted top honors in the medium companies category. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) The Fxfamily, as employees like to be known, brought a “defending their title” Braveheart-theme to the stage as the company prevailed in garnering top honors for the third consecutive year. - (Photo / Jordan Bush) Bucks County-based AWeber Email Marketing came in as the no. 5 medium company. - (Photo / Amy Spangler) Members of the Harrisburg-based Geneia LLC team checked out the event supplement. The healthcare analytics company ranked as no. 22 in the medium company category and was a supporting sponsor of the 2017 Best Places to Work in PA program. - (Photo / Amy Spangler)

 

Business professionals from all over the state gathered Thursday night at the Lancaster County Convention Center for the 2017 Best Places to Work in PA program, which is dedicated to identifying and recognizing Pennsylvania's best employers. Here are some highlights from the celebration.

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Tony December 4, 2017 11:44 am

Companies voting for themselves as best places to work? How about talking to the ex-employees and see what they have to say. It would be an eye opener for sure. Specifically, some of these companies are not so great to work for.

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