Transfinder Named A Best Places to Work Winner for 2021
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From the Albany Business Review
By Greg Dahlmann, Managing Editor
October 28, 2021
This week we're announcing the 48 companies being honored this year as Best Places to Work. The winners come from many different industries, but they share one thing in common: They’ve made an effort to create workplaces in which employees can feel engaged and satisfied.
Yesterday, we announced the winners in the small and medium-sized company categories. Today, it’s the medium-large and large categories.
This is the 18th year of our Best Places to Work awards, and 114 companies submitted nominations to be included in the program.
Winners were selected based on data collected by our program partner, Quantum Workplace of Omaha, Nebraska, which sends confidential surveys to employees.
To qualify, companies had to have enough employees return the survey — and rate the company highly enough to win in what is always a competitive field.
All 48 companies will be profiled in our Dec. 10 edition.
Medium-large companies (50-99 employees)
- Airosmith Development
- Beekman 1802
- Bennett Contracting LLC
- BST & Co. CPA's
- GTM Payroll Services Inc.
- InfoEd Global
- Jahnel Group
- Knowledge Builders Inc.
- kW Mission Critical Engineering
- Teal, Becker & Chiaramonte, CPAs
- The Bonadio Group
- Transfinder Corporation
Large companies (100 employees and up)
- Adirondack Trust Company
- CAP COM Federal Credit Union
- DeCrescente Distributing Co.
- Empire BlueCross
- Highmark Blue Shield of Northeastern New York
- M.J. Engineering and Land Surveying PC
- MVP Health Care
- Plug Power Inc.
- Sunmark Credit Union
- Townsend Leather
The Best Places to Work event returns — in person
The annual Best Places to Work celebration — one of the Albany Business Review’s most popular events — returns in person on Friday, Dec. 10, at Rivers Casino & Resort in Schenectady.
As with our other in-person events, we are requiring that everyone joining us be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 or have received a negative Covid-19 test within the 72 hours prior to attending. Masks are encouraged for vaccinated attendees and required for unvaccinated attendees or those not yet at least 14 days past their final shot, except when actively eating or drinking.