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BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE: Vertikal6’s apprenticeship program is now the preferred way to bring on staff. Here, Dan Dionne, who is part of the program, works at the company’s Pawtucket offices. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Vertikal6 builds employee satisfaction into core values

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 1. SMALL COMPANIES | Vertikal6 Employees in R.I.: 33 CEO Rick Norberg When it comes to employee satisfaction, leadership at Warwick technology services...
DOING LUNCH: Providence Community Health Center employees enjoy the company’s annual holiday luncheon.
 / COURTESY PROVIDENCE COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER INC.

Providence Community Health Center Inc.

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 10. LARGE COMPANIES | Providence Community Health Center Inc. Employees in R.I.: 420 CEO Merrill R. Thomas Questions answered by: Merrill R. Thomas What...

SES America Inc.

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 12. SMALL COMPANIES | SES America Inc. Employees in R.I.: 18 President Phillippe Peru Questions answered by: Carla Suarez, marketing/purchasing manager What three words...
EMPOWERED: Employees gather outside Dominion Diagnostics’ North Kingstown headquarters to celebrate the company’s 20th anniversary. / COURTESY DOMINION DIAGNOSTICS LLC

Dominion Diagnostics LLC

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 9. LARGE COMPANIES | Dominion Diagnostics LLC Employees in R.I.: 295 CEO Robert M. Garvey Jr. Questions answered by: Robert M. Garvey Jr. What...
BALMY CLIMATE: Edward Jones’ goal is to provide employees the discretion to meet clients’ needs using their own judgment. From left, Barrington office members Amy Gomes and Brenda Novak, senior branch office administrators, and John Leary, financial adviser, regional leader and principal. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Edward Jones nurtures intimate, pleasant work climate

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 1. MIDSIZE COMPANIES | Edward Jones Employees in R.I.: 53 John Leary, financial adviser, regional leader and principal Edward Jones’ financial service to...
SOUTHERN COMFORTS: Starkweather & Shepley employees at the 9th Annual “Nat Calamis Sales Leaders’ Trip” at a Florida resort in March.
 / COURTESY STARKWEATHER & SHEPLEY INSURANCE BROKERAGE INC.

Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage Inc.

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 9. MIDSIZE COMPANIES | Starkweather & Shepley Insurance Brokerage Inc. Employees in R.I.: 134 Chairman and CEO Lawrence E. Keefe Questions answered by:...
TEAM EFFORTS: EMC Insurance employees regularly contribute to United Way of Rhode Island, Jimmy Fund and Crossroads Rhode Island.
 / COURTESY EMC INSURANCE

EMC Insurance Co.

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 3. MIDSIZE COMPANIES | EMC Insurance Cos. Employees in R.I.: 56 President, CEO and Treasurer Bruce G. Kelley Questions answered by: Adam Couri,...
THERAPEUTIC SPIRIT: Elite Physical Therapy staff ran in and provided physical therapy during the May 2017 BoldrDash.
 / COURTESY ELITE PHYSICAL THERAPY

Elite Physical Therapy Inc.

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 6. MIDSIZE COMPANIES | Elite Physical Therapy Inc. Employees in R.I.: 109 Founder and CEO Michael Nula Questions answered by: Michael Nula What employee...
FENWAY MEET: Compass IT Compliance employees meet for a September 2017 trip to Fenway Park in Boston.
 / COURTESY COMPASS IT COMPLIANCE

Compass IT Compliance

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 11. SMALL COMPANIES | Compass IT Compliance Employees in R.I.: 21 Managing Partners Jerry Hughes and William DePalma Questions answered by: Jerry Hughes What...
LEAGUES AHEAD: DiSanto, Priest & Co. employees from last summer’s Women’s Golf League at Mulligan’s Island in Cranston.
 / COURTESY DISANTO, PRIEST & CO.

Disanto, Priest & Co.

BEST PLACES TO WORK 2018 5. MIDSIZE COMPANIES | Disanto, Priest & Co. Employees in R.I.: 79 Managing Partner Emilio N. Colapietro Questions answered by: Eric Banville, director...

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