'Gold Standard' Work Places Honored

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INDIANAPOLIS -

The rankings for the Indiana Chamber's Best Places to Work in Indiana program have been released and one company took first place for the first time. Bloomington-based Hanapin Marketing took top honor in the small business category, joining E-gineering and Blue 449 in Indianapolis and Edward Jones, which has a statewide presence, as winners in their respective categories.

In all, 125 companies were honored Thursday in Indianapolis before an audience of nearly 1,400. The annual program is organized by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce. President Kevin Brinegar says "these four companies are the gold standard for creating a successful culture in which employees can thrive. Company leaders particularly understand the importance today of work-life balance, treating workers with respect and offering benefits or perks that really resonate. Attracting and keeping a talented workforce is top of mind for all Hoosier employers. Every company on the list made people the priority in its workplace, backing that up with policies and practices geared toward employee success and satisfaction."

The headcounts at winning companies range from 16 to more than 1,700. Eligible companies that aren't headquartered in Indiana must have a footprint of at least 15 full-time Hoosier employees. Rankings are determined by results of detailed surveys sent to employees within participating companies.

You can connect to more about the program by clicking here.

2018 rankings are:

Small Companies (15-74 U.S. employees)

  • 1. Hanapin Marketing / Bloomington
  • 2. Sharpen Technologies Inc. / Indianapolis
  • 3. eimagine / Indianapolis
  • 4. That's Good HR / Indianapolis
  • 5. Big City Cars / Fort Wayne
  • 6. University High School of Indiana / Carmel
  • 7. Lakeside Wealth Management / Chesterton
  • 8. Cripe / Indianapolis
  • 9. Indesign, LLC / Indianapolis
  • 10. Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP) / Indianapolis
  • 11. Apex Benefits / Indianapolis
  • 12. Leaf Software Solutions / Carmel
  • 13. Visit Indy / Indianapolis
  • 14. Magnum Logistics / Plainfield
  • 15. mAccounting, LLC / Indianapolis
  • 16. Wessler Engineering / Indianapolis
  • 17. Goelzer Investment Management, Inc. / Indianapolis
  • 18. T&W Corporation / Indianapolis
  • 19. The Garrett Companies / Greenwood
  • 20. FirstPerson / Indianapolis
  • 21. JA Benefits, LLC / Bedford
  • 22. Insurance Management Group / Marion
  • 23. Probo Medical / Fishers
  • 24. Jackson Systems / Indianapolis
  • 25. RQAW / Indianapolis
  • 26. LHD Benefit Advisors / Indianapolis
  • 27. OfficeWorks / Fishers
  • 28. Peepers by PeeperSpecs / Michigan City
  • 29. The Skillman Corporation / Indianapolis
  • 30. Community First Bank of Indiana / Kokomo
  • 31. BlueSky Technology Partners / Noblesville
  • 32. CleanSlate Technology Group / Carmel
  • 33. Hamilton County Tourism / Carmel
  • 34. Clinical Architecture / Carmel
  • 35. Brite Systems / Indianapolis
  • 36. Greenlight Guru / Indianapolis
  • 37. DK Pierce and Associates / Zionsville
  • 38. Guidon Design / Indianapolis
  • 39. Nix Companies / Poseyville
  • 40. BLASTmedia / Fishers
  • 41. Accutech Systems / Muncie
  • 42. Pondurance / Indianapolis
  • 43. Sigstr / Indianapolis
  • 44. Grote Automotive / Fort Wayne
  • 45. VOSS Automotive / Fort Wayne
  • 46. Merritt Contracting / Lebanon
  • 47. netlogx LLC / Indianapolis
  • 48. General Insurance Services / Michigan City
  • 49. Bloomerang / Indianapolis
  • 50. Inovateus Solar LLC / South Bend
  • 51. Bedel Financial Consulting, Inc. / Indianapolis
  • 52. Springbuk / Indianapolis
  • 53. ClearObject, Inc. / Fishers
  • 54. OrthoPediatrics / Warsaw
  • 55. CENTURY 21 Scheetz / Multiple locations
  • 56. Public Safety Medical / Indianapolis
  • 57. RESOURCE Commercial Real Estate / Indianapolis

Medium Companies (75-249 employees)

  • 1. E-gineering / Indianapolis
  • 2. Formstack / Indianapolis
  • 3. Oak Street Funding LLC / Indianapolis
  • 4. Moser Consulting / Indianapolis
  • 5. Blue Horseshoe / Carmel
  • 6. Gregory & Appel Insurance / Indianapolis
  • 7. American College of Education / Indianapolis
  • 8. First Internet Bank / Fishers
  • 9. Lessonly / Indianapolis
  • 10. Emarsys North America / Indianapolis
  • 11. Software Engineering Professionals (SEP) / Carmel
  • 12. Weddle Bros. Construction Co., Inc. / Bloomington
  • 13. J.C. Hart Company, Inc. / Carmel
  • 14. HWC Engineering, Inc. / Indianapolis
  • 15. CREA, LLC  / Indianapolis
  • 16. Visiting Nurse and Hospice of the Wabash Valley / Terre Haute
  • 17. Schmidt Associates, Inc. / Indianapolis
  • 18. Parkview Wabash Hospital / Wabash
  • 19. IDSolutions / Noblesville
  • 20. Elements Financial Federal Credit Union / Indianapolis
  • 21. Midwest Mole / Greenfield
  • 22. Peoples Bank SB / Munster
  • 23. Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc. / Indianapolis
  • 24. Morales Group, Inc. / Indianapolis
  • 25. United Consulting Engineers / Indianapolis
  • 26. United Way of Central Indiana / Indianapolis
  • 27. ESCO Communications / Indianapolis
  • 28. Merchants Bank of Indiana and PR Mortgage & Investments / Carmel
  • 29. Fort Wayne Rescue Mission Ministries, Inc (DBA The Rescue Mission) / Fort Wayne
  • 30. Envelop Group / Indianapolis

Large Companies (250-999 employees)

  • 1. Blue 449 / Indianapolis
  • 2. Kemper CPA Group LLP / Multiple locations
  • 3. Onebridge / Indianapolis
  • 4. Sikich / Indianapolis
  • 5. Hylant / Multiple locations
  • 6. FORUM Credit Union / Fishers
  • 7. The Kendall Group / Fort Wayne
  • 8. Katz, Sapper & Miller / Indianapolis
  • 9. IPMG / West Lafayette
  • 10. Appirio, A Wipro Company / Indianapolis
  • 11. Centier Bank / Merrillville
  • 12. WestPoint Financial Group / Indianapolis
  • 13. Carbonite / Indianapolis
  • 14. Parkview Whitley Hospital / Columbia City
  • 15. Blue & Co., LLC / Carmel
  • 16. Parkview Noble Hospital / Kendallville
  • 17. Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company / Fort Wayne
  • 18. American Structurepoint, Inc. / Indianapolis
  • 19. Bastian Solutions / Indianapolis
  • 20. Parkview Huntington Hospital / Huntington
  • 21. MutualBank / Muncie
  • 22. Ontario Systems / Muncie
  • 23. Aluminum Trailer Company / Nappanee
  • 24. Pacers Sports & Entertainment / Indianapolis
  • 25. Monarch Beverage / Indianapolis

Major Companies (1,000+ employees)

  • 1. Edward Jones / Statewide
  • 2. Horseshoe Casino Hammond / Hammond
  • 3. Salesforce / Indianapolis
  • 4. Aerotek / Multiple locations
  • 5. CareSource / Indianapolis
  • 6. Ameristar Casino + Hotel East Chicago / East Chicago
  • 7. Total Quality Logistics / Indianapolis
  • 8. Perficient / Carmel
  • 9. Colliers International – Indianapolis / Indianapolis
  • 10. Kronos Incorporated / Indianapolis
  • 11. Comcast Corporation / Multiple locations
  • 12. First Merchants Bank / Muncie
  • 13. Capital Group / Carmel

The Chamber has 25,000 members and investors and a mission of "cultivating a world-class environment which provides economic opportunity and prosperity."

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