Companies say open communication and ensuring employees feel valued are keys to success.
|TOP 10 MIDSIZE EMPLOYERS|
|2||Glacial Ridge Health System|
|4||Miller Auto & Marine|
|5||Redpath and Company|
|8||Bigos Management, Inc.|
|TOP 10 SMALL EMPLOYERS|
|1||Serenity Couture Salon & Spa|
|5||Object Partners, Inc.|
|6||All Saints Catholic Church and School|
|7||Right at Home|
Midsize companies: Doran Cos.' new CEO emphasizes benefits such as parental leave, profit-sharing.
Everybody's an owner at tech firm SDG, where even the consultants are full-time employees.
See where Minnesota's top workplaces are located and read more about each company.
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From educational seminars to sharing cultures and starting women's groups, diversity takes time.
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Large companies: Federated's Jeff Fetters rescued his own management career after nearly being demoted.
Small companies: Gentle Transitions' Diane Bjorkman and Bill Lehman create a sense of home for senior clients — and employees.
The employers that make Top Workplaces every year focus on the fundamentals — and on the future.
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State and federal funds help create partnerships.