ATLANTA (ATLANTA BUSINESS CHRONICLE) -- There's almost no topic of greater public interest in America these days than jobs. This makes Atlanta Business Chronicle's 2011 Best Places To Work especially timely.
Each year, the Chronicle in partnership with Quantum Workplace surveys the metro area's employers to find Atlanta's Best Places To Work. This year readers nominated 482 companies and organizations. Quantum then surveyed employees at participating companies and organizations, using analytical tools to rank the top 100 employers in three categories: large employer, medium sized employer and small employer. Results are based solely on the voice of employees.
Best "Large" Business: Keller Williams Realty - The Rawls Group
For the second year in a row, The Rawls Group takes the No. 1 spot in Atlanta Business Chronicle's Best Places to Work in the large employer category.
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Best "Medium" Business: Carithers-Wallace-Courtenay, LLC
C-W-C's leadership methodology is simple: listen, communicate, appreciate, and be transparent about what's going on. The transparency piece is key to C-W-C's culture. No one wants to see layoffs, and C-W-C management did what it could to fend off workforce reductions until the bitter end, keeping its workers informed along the way.
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Best "Small" Business: Mulling Corporation
A perennial finalist on Atlanta Business Chronicle's lists of Best Places To Work, this year Mulling Corp. finally broke through to the top, checking in as the No. 1 Best Places To Work in the small employer category.
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