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Best Places to Work

Best Places to Work in PA


Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014
5:45 PM - 9:31 PM


Lancaster County Convention Center
25 S Queen Street
LancasterPA 17603

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Best Places to Work in PA is more than just an awards program, it is a world class survey and useful human resources tool.

The Top 100 companies will be honored at an event on Thursday, December 4, 2014 at the Lancaster County Convention Center, where their ranks will be revealed.

The winners have been announced and tickets are on sale now!

Click here for a printable version of the registration form.

Dinner & Awards Event
Thursday, December 4, 2014
Lancaster County Convention Center

Best Places to Work in PA 2014
(Alphabetical order in each category)

Benco Dental
Compass Group, Support Services
Country Meadows Retirement Communities
Digitas Health Life Brands
East Penn Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Edward Jones
Gettysburg College
Glatfelter Insurance Group
The Hite Company
McClure Company
McCormick Taylor, Inc.
McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC
Norris McLaughlin & Marcus
NPC, Inc.
Pentec Health, Inc.
PeoplesBank, A Codorus Valley Company
Philadelphia Insurance Companies
Pinnacle Health System
Schaedler Yesco
Sheetz, Inc.
Somerset Trust Company
Storeroom Solutions, Inc.
TMNA Services, LLC
Toll Brothers, Inc.
TruMark Financial Credit Union
Wagman Companies, Inc

ABG Capital
Adaptik Corporation
Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc.
ALL4 Inc.
Autosoft, Inc.
AWeber - Email Marketing
Boyer & Ritter, CPAs and Consultants
Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz
Cargas Systems
Charter Homes & Neighborhoods
Client Solution Architects LLC
Ecumenical Retirement Community
eMoney Advisor
Evoke Health
Fischer Cunnane & Associates Ltd
Gateway Ticketing Systems, Inc.
Global Tax Management, Inc.
The Graham Company
Gunn-Mowery, LLC
Hamilton Lane Advisors, LLC
Henderson Brothers, Inc.
IMA Consulting
In-Shore Technologies, Inc.
Intuitive Company
iQ media Group, LLC
JFC Staffing Companies
Keystone Insurers Group
KU Resources, Inc.
Lackawanna College
Liquid Interactive
LSC Design
Maher Duessel
McConkey Insurance & Benefits
McKonly & Asbury LLP
Mid Penn Bank
Miners Bank
Momentum, Inc.
Mutual Benefit Group
MXL Industries, Inc.
NTM Engineering, Inc.
Nxtbook Media
Raylon Corp
Reliance Bank
Renewal by Andersen of Central PA
Ritter Insurance Marketing
Sealstrip Corporation
SeniorLIFE Johnstown
Sierra w/o Wires, Inc.
Simon Lever LLP
Sordoni Construction Services, Inc.
Stambaugh Ness, PC
Stream Companies Inc.
Swagelok Allentown
Traffic Planning and Design, Inc. (TPD)
Triple Crown Corporation
UniqueSource Products & Services
Utilities Employees Credit Union
Vigon International, Inc.
Vitae Pharmaceuticals
Waverly Heights
Wessel & Company
Windsor Financial Group

Did you miss this years nomination period? Click here to be notified when the 2015 Best Places to Work in PA awards program begins.

Contact Information

Jamie Mowery Phone: 717-236-4300

Past Program Highlights

Best Places to Work in PA 2013 Highlights

Best Places to Work in PA 2013 Highlights
Click the image tot he left to page through a special highlights presentation of the Best Places to Work in PA 2013 awards program.

Best Places to Work in PA 2013 Supplement

Best Places to Work in PA 2013 Supplement
Pennsylvania is a great place to live and work. But that didn't happen all by itself — it starts with a dedicated staff. Driven by employee surveys, the Best Places to Work in PA program is an incentive to improve upon this resource so that we can keep building stronger businesses. Learn how 100 companies have proven themselves to be innovators in this sense, and let that be inspiration for your company.


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