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Top Places to Work

Top Places to Work: Medium Companies

Top Places to Work: Medium CompaniesCompanies with between 100 and 249 employees in Massachusetts

Methodology: The Globe invited 1,746 employers to participate in the 2013 Top Places to Work survey. Of those, 333 organizations employing more than 169,000 people went all the way through the process, allowing us to conduct a confidential survey of their workers. More on methodology | Full section

Top Places to Work Rankings
Rnk Company Description No. of Mass.Employees No. of USEmployees USHeadquarters Ownership N. EnglandLocations YearFounded Website
1 Institution for Savings Mutual bank 127 127 Newburyport Private 8 1820 Website
2 Foundation Medicine Biotechnology 110 110 Cambridge Private 1 2010 Website
3 Broad Reach Healthcare/Liberty Commons Health care 223 223 Chatham Private 1 1986 Website
4 The Container Store Specialty retail 177 6000 Coppell, TX Private 3 1978 Website
5 A.I.M. Mutual Insurance Companies Worker's compensation insurance 160 160 Burlington Cooperative/Mutual 4 1989 Website
6 Commodore Builders Construction managment 114 114 Newton Private 1 2002 Website
7 Edward Jones Financial services 185 35350 St. Louis, MO Partnership 85 1922 Website
8 AEW Capital Management Real estate investment manager 190 252 Boston Private 1 1981 Website
9 Alexander, Aronson, Finning & Co. Public accounting 120 120 Westborough Private 5 1973 Website
10 Signature Consultants Staffing 122 1200 Fort Lauderdale, FL Private 1 1997 Website
11 SmartBear Software Enterprise software 102 140 Beverly Private 1 2010 Website
12 Power Home Remodeling Group Home remodeling 100 1200 Chester, PA Private 2 1992 Website
13 RE/MAX Leading Edge Real estate 186 188 Winchester Private 10 2000 Website
14 WinterWyman Staffing 160 165 Waltham Private 2 1972 Website
15 New England Law | Boston Education 126 126 Boston Non-profit 1 1908 Website
16 VERC Enterprises Retail 232 232 Duxbury Private 25 1975 Website
17 John Snow Inc. Consulting 189 592 Boston Private 1 1978 Website
18 Align Credit Union Credit union 125 Lowell Non-profit 6 1922 Website
19 Mimecast Enterprise software 114 165 Waltham Private 1 2003 Website
20 Community Nurse & Hospice Care Visiting nurse and hospice agency 204 204 Fairhaven Non-profit 2 1916 Website
21 Fiksu Mobile app marketing 120 158 Boston Private 2 2008 Website
22 Samsonite Corporation Luggage 144 700 Mansfield Public 1 1910 Website
23 PeoplesBank Community bank 246 246 Holyoke Private 1 1885 Website
24 Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Company Insurance 176 257 Quincy Cooperative/Mutual 2 1851 Website
25 Mystic Valley Elder Services Elder services 133 190 Malden Private 1 1975 Website
26 Allen & Gerritsen Advertising 115 120 Boston Private 1 1985 Website
27 Leader Bank Community bank 207 207 Arlington Private 9 2002 Website
28 NaviNet Health care information technology 179 240 Boston Private 1 1998 Website
29 Fruit Center Marketplace Food retail 230 230 Milton Private 2 1973 Website
30 Elder Services of the Merrimack Valley Elde services 247 262 Lawrence Non-profit 1 1974 Website
31 Pentucket Bank Community bank 105 123 Haverhill Cooperative/Mutual 3 1891 Website
32 Monotype Imaging Holdings Software development 130 185 Woburn Public 1 2007 Website
33 Agencyport Software Corporation Insurance technology 111 122 Boston Public 1 2000 Website
34 Axis Communications Manufacturing of network video surveillance 102 170 Chelmsford Public 1 1984 Website
35 J.C. Cannistraro HVAC, plumbing and fire protection 110 120 Watertown Private 3 1963 Website
36 Baystate Financial Financial services 171 285 Boston Private 6 1901 Website
37 Imprivata Health care software 159 216 Lexington Private 1 2001 Website
38 Softworld IT staffing 107 270 Waltham Private 2 1993 Website
39 Parthenon Group Strategy consulting 115 150 Boston Partnership 1 1991 Website
40 Fidelity Bank Community bank 122 122 Leominster Cooperative/Mutual 7 1888 Website

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The lactic acid myth

A common misconception is that an excess level of lactic acid buildup in the muscles causes fatigue and soreness the day after a workout.

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The overlooked part of exercise -- recovery

Choices you make after a big race or challenging effort will affect how well, and how quickly, you bounce back.

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Emotions run high for Marathon

Even as memories of last year cast an occasional shadow on the city’s festive spirit, Boston will be awash in sunshine and determination.

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Luxury condo prices soar in Boston

The price of living in the heart of Boston is fast approaching an average of $1 million, as condominium sales sizzle, values surge, and more luxury units are built.

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Hunt for a Boston Public Schools chief accelerates

The panel overseeing the recruitment hopes to reach a goal of hiring a superintendent who could be on the job by September.

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Even tutus have a place in the race

The smug may believe Fortune favors the fast, but she smiles upon everyone bold enough to enter the race.

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Colo. tries to take marijuana holiday mainstream

Tens of thousands gathered for a weekend of cannabis-themed festivals and entertainment.

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Bruins even series against Red Wings

Hesitation gone, physicality back, the Bruins took a 4-1 Game 2 win over the Red Wings to send the series to Detroit tied at a game apiece.

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‘Long Mile Home’ by Scott Helman and Jenna Russell

“Long Mile Home’’ is essential to understanding what happened last April at the Boston Marathon, and, in some ways, the city in which those events happened.

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Photos buttress Ukraine’s claims of intervention

Some of the men photographed have been identified in other photos clearly taken among Russian troops in other settings.

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Heading off the alarms at Boston Children’s Hospital

The hospital has joined with a startup to develop a system that aims to forecast changes in a patient’s condition before the alarms go off.

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Ukraine’s stability depends on neutrality, pressure on Putin

The best way to keep Ukraine whole is to return it to a state of geopolitical neutrality.

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The cowardly bombings in our city a year ago were overshadowed by the selfless acts of bystanders and our professional first responders.

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Transcript reveals chaos, uncertainty during S. Korea ferry disaster

President Park Geun Hye said the captain and some crew members of the sunken ship committed “unforgivable, murderous acts.”

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Space station astronauts get special Easter delivery

Astronauts used a robot arm to capture the capsule 260 miles above Egypt.

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BEMF delivers a passionate Sebastiani Easter story

The forces of the Boston Early Music Festival presented a little-known setting of the Easter story by German composer Johann Sebastiani (1622-1683).

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Boy George gets angry, then gets down to business

The backbone of Boy George’s Saturday night show at Royale was reggae, with plenty of songs shaped by its undulating ripple.

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People in Hopkinton know that this year’s race will be different, yet the town is determined to preserve its traditions.

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No way the Bruins were going to lose Game 2

There was simply no way the Bruins were slinking out of town trailing two games to none to the Red Wings.

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