2007 Best small and medium companies to work for in America

A joint endeavor of the Great Place to Work Institute and the Society for Human Resource Management provides an opportunity for small-sized companies (50-250 employees) and medium-sized companies (251-999 employees) to compete for the honor of being named one of the "Best Small & Medium Companies to Work for in America."

Competing companies win marks for low turnover, providing employee training programs, and work/life flexibility. Surveys are filled out anonymously by employees. Companies can nominate themselves for the award and they pay a fee to be included in the competition. This year marks the third annual competition, and 271 companies vied for the honor of being included on the list.

The 2007 rankings are as follows:

Best Medium Companies

  1. Holder Construction Company

  2. The Beryl Companies

  3. Ultimate Software

  4. Stark Investments

  5. ACUITY

  6. Nevada Federal Credit Union

  7. EILEEN FISHER

  8. The Integer Group

  9. Sage Products, Inc.

  10. Orange County Teachers Federal Credit Union

  11. Lincoln Industries

  12. Hypertherm

  13. The RightThing, Inc.

  14. AMX

  15. Park Industries

  16. Massachusetts Medical Society

  17. CXtec

  18. Advanced Financial Services, Inc.

  19. Hoar Construction, LLC

  20. Michigan State University Federal Credit Union

  21. InPro Corporation

  22. Digital Federal Credit Union

  23. SuccessFactors, Inc.

  24. SJE-Rhombus Controls

  25. Hand Held Products

Best Small Companies

  1. Badger Mining Corporation

  2. InsureMe

  3. Analytical Graphics, Inc.

  4. Heinfeld, Meech & Co., P.C., CPAs

  5. Professional Placement Resources, LLC

  6. Triage Consulting Group

  7. Root Learning, Inc.

  8. Insomniac Games, Inc.

  9. Dixon Schwabl Advertising

  10. McMurry, Inc.

  11. MATRIX Resources, Inc.

  12. Clark Nuber

  13. McWhinney Real Estate Services

  14. Integrity Applications Incorporated

  15. Northeast Delta Dental

  16. Runzheimer International

  17. archer>malmo

  18. Bridge Worldwide

  19. Bowen Engineering Corporation

  20. Kahler Slater

  21. Urban Innovations, Ltd.

  22. ENGEO Incorporated

  23. Schleuniger, Inc.

  24. Landrum Human Resource Companies, Inc.

  25. Moody, Famiglietti & Andronico, LLP

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