None of the questions in the Top Places to Work survey mentions regular exercise, or sleep habits, or kale, but a careful reading of this year’s results can indicate whether a company is “healthy.” That’s the opinion of Doug Claffey, chief executive of WorkplaceDynamics of Exton, Pa., which conducted the survey for the Globe. Claffey believes a company is healthy when employees “buy in” to what the organization is doing. And the good news: Massachusetts companies are among the healthiest in the nation.
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