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Best Companies to Work for in Alabama 2018

The Best Companies Group offers Alabama businesses a chance to evaluate how well they measure up as great employers — both in the eyes of their employees and in comparison to other companies across the state.

Best Companies to Work for in Alabama 2017

The Best Companies Group offers Alabama businesses a chance to evaluate how well they measure up as great employers — both in the eyes of their employees and in comparison to other companies across the state.

Best Companies to Work for in Alabama 2016

The Best Companies Group offers Alabama businesses a chance to evaluate how well they measure up as great employers — both in the eyes of their employees and in comparison to other companies across the state.

Best Companies to Work for in Alabama 2015

The Best Companies Group offers Alabama businesses a chance to evaluate how well they measure up as great employers — both in the eyes of their employees and in comparison to other companies across the state.

Best Companies to Work for in Alabama 2014

Employees and employers across the state graded their companies on policies and programs. The verdict: Money doesn’t always talk

Best Companies to Work for in Alabama 2013

Employees and employers across the state graded their companies on policies and programs. The result is open communications in the workplace.

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