Special Awards


These companies received high scores in specific categories.

Leadership

Large company: Pamela Morris, CareSource.

Midsize company: Larry Taylor, Beau Townsend Ford Inc.

Small company: Dan Schiavone, The Design Knowledge Company.

Direction

Marion’s Piazza

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Managers

Northwestern Mutual – Miami Valley

“Our staff managers are very friendly and helpful if ever there is a problem or concern. They are quick to meet your needs & get things done.”

New Ideas

The Dayton Regional STEM School

“Teachers have great freedom to create their own curricula/instructional materials; there is discussion and information sharing about what is happening with invitations to provide ideas/feedback.”

Doers

McAfee Heating and Air Conditioning Co. Inc.

“Nice well-stocked trucks, emailed schedules, trained employees. The owner knows what he wants.”

Meaningfulness

Franklin City Schools

“I love seeing my former students succeed with their careers and personal lives. Not all of them come to us with the support to succeed.”

Ethics

Sibcy Cline Inc. Realtors

“Moral standards are expected and the managers are role models of those standards. The ethics are instilled in us.”

Clued in Senior Management

MacAuley-Brown Inc.

“They listen, they are involved and they want to see each employee grow and succeed.”

Communication

Booz Allen Hamilton

“Dr. Ralph Shrader is extremely good at sending out e-mails to all Booz Allen about top-level decisions being made and why. The officers and principals also send out informative e-mails and visit offices as often as possible.”

Appreciation

Hospice of Miami County Inc.

“Positive feedback from patients and families. Encouragement from managers and co-workers.”

Work/Life Flexibility

Irongate Inc. Realtors

“Work/life flexibility is very possible at Irongate.”

Training

Keller Williams Realty

“The education and classes that are provided me in the Market Center.”

Benefits

WilmerHale

“Paid time off and medical benefits.”


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