Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania list unveiled

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LANCASTER, Pa. – Edward Jones of West Chester, a financial services firm and WebpageFX of Harrisburg, a web solutions agency, topped the list for the large- and small/medium-sized categories, respectively for the “Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania.”

A gathering of about 1,000 people were on hand when the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED), the Central Penn Business Journal and Team Pennsylvania unveiled Pennsylvania’s 100 Best Places to Work at the Lancaster County Convention Center. Team Pennsylvania is the lead sponsor and, along with DCED, a founding partner of Best Places to Work which began 15 years ago.

“It’s an honor to be a part of a celebration in which we recognize companies that are focused on fostering the development of our most important resource in Pennsylvania, our workforce,” said Secretary of the Department of Community and Economic Development Dennis M. Davin. “The holistic approach of ensuring that people are made a priority within a company is key to the success of the company as well as the economic health and success of Pennsylvania. Congratulations to this evening’s winners.”

“Throughout our work we have to come to realize that a key for economic success is outstanding business leadership. Good business leaders get that having innovative workplaces are critical to our long-term success,” Team Pennsylvania President & CEO Ryan C. Unger said. “Congratulations to these outstanding examples of why we feel that Pennsylvania’s workforce is second to none.”

The Best Places to Work in PA includes two groups: 74 small/medium-sized firms with 25-250 employees and 26 large-sized companies with over 250 employees.

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