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Nine businesses and organizations have made the list all five years that we’ve worked with WorkplaceDynamics to find the best workplaces in New Mexico: Children’s Choice ... ERA Sellers & Buyers Real Estate; and Bradbury Stamm Construction Inc ...

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Success! — Manage subscriptions Sign up for our Newsletters 49° Share More companies make list of Top Workplaces By Charles AMoore / Journal Business Editor Published: Monday, May 15th, 2017 at 12:02amUpdated: Monday, May 15th, 2017 at 1:00am ...................................................................................................................................................................Charles AMooreALBUQUERQUE, N.M— So, first the good news: More companies than ever have made our Top Workplaces list.Now, the better news: We didn’t change anything, they didForty-five companies out of 75 surveyed had scores high enough to make that listThat’s five more than last year, even though participation was about the same.AdvertisementContinue readingThis year’s list includes 17 new companies, but much of the list looks pretty familiarNine businesses and organizations have made the list all five years that we’ve worked with WorkplaceDynamics to find the best workplaces in New Mexico: Children’s Choice Child Care Services Inc.; Edward Jones; FootPrints Home Care Inc.; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center/Indian Pueblos Marketing Inc.; Mark Pardo SalonSpa; Nusenda Credit Union; Santa Ana Star Casino; Souder, Miller & Associates; and T-Mobile USAnd another five – The Range; Car Crafters; Nor-Lea General Hospital; ERA Sellers & Buyers Real Estate; and Bradbury Stamm Construction Inc– have appeared four yearsMaintaining that kind of consistency isn’t necessarily easy, but Santa Ana Human Resources Director James Stevens says it’s worth the effort.“It’s helped unify us,” he told Journal staff writer Kevin Robinson-Avila“It’s become our goal to stay strong and keep trying for the No1 spot year after year.”The 75 organizations that agreed to participate in the survey process this year employ 30,996 people in New MexicoOf those employees who received questionnaires, 16,313 responded, either on paper or online.A variety of factors make up a healthy workplace, which WorkplaceDynamics CEO Doug Claffey explains in a column later in this sectionYou can also read about what goes into a top workplace from employees and managers at this year’s top companies.Finally, Top Workplaces is more than a popularity contestWorkplaceDynamics employs a strict methodology to ensure the results have meaningThat, too, is explained in this year’s coverage.The front of this week’s Business Outlook is devoted to celebrating these organizations’ successYou’ll find most of our regular Outlook features in the pages following the Top Workplaces coverage. More from Casino workers thrive in family atmosphere Santa Ana employs 606 people full time… continue reading » try{_402_Show();}catch(e){} Share Tweet LinkedIn Email Print Subscribe Business Business Insider From the newspaper Outlook Suggested Stories: Top Workplaces nominations sought – Dec 30, 2013 NM Top Workplaces deadline extended – Jan 24, 2014 Top Workplaces survey deadline extended to Feb21 – Jan 27, 2014 Survey to begin soon for Top Work Places – Dec 1, 2014 Advertisement Load comments Comments Subscribe to the Journal for only $12. QUICK LINKS Home Search Weather Archives Puzzles Comics Newsletters CONTACT THE JOURNAL Staff directory Submit a news tip 505-823-3800 Send a letter to the editor Submit an obituary Advertise in the Journal SUBSCRIBER SERVICES Account services Subscribe to the Journal Recover username/password 505-823-4400 Access our archives Place a classified ad Privacy policy Contest Terms RELATED SITES & PARTNERS Journal Rewards Puzzles News in Education Mountain View Telegraph Rio Rancho Observer Valencia News-Bulletin El Defensor Chieftain Kirtland AFB Nucleus

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