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Vermont’s 27 Best Places to Work in 2014

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Vermont Business Magazine and Vermont Chamber of Commerce are sponsors to the annual Best Businesses to work for in 2014. Co-sponsors include the Society for Human Resource Management, Vermont State Council, Vermont Department of Labor and the Vermont Department of Economic Development and Best Companies Group.

To be considered, businesses must be profit, non profit or a government entity. They must be in business at least one year, have facility in Vermont and employ at least 15 workers. Winners are listed below alphabetically in two categories: Companies with 15 - 149 employees and companies with more than 150 employees.

Small/Medium Companies

Earth Renewables
ASIC North Inc.
Basin Harbor Club `
Farm & Wilderness Foundation
Fuse, LLC
Gallagher, Flynn & Company LLP
Hickok & Boardman Financial Planning
and HR Intelligence
Liquid Measurement Systems. Inc
Saslow, Lufkin and Buggy, LLP
Seventh Generation
The RehabGym
TPW Management
Union Mutual Insurance Company
Vermont College of Fine Arts
Vermont Public Radio
Wells River Savings Bank
Wild Apple Graphics

Large Companies
Over 150

Country Home Products
Edward Jones
King Arthur Flour
KPMG Burlington
LORD Microstrain Sensing Systems
Okemo Mountain Resort
Sonnax Industries Inc.
Vermont Energy Investment

Final rankings will be announced at ECHO Lake Aquarium on 3-27-2014 from 5-7:30 pm.



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