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Counselor Best Places to Work

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In 2008, Counselor set out on a mission to find the companies in the industry where employees simply love to come to work every day. Read below to discover the 50 Best from 2008, as voted on by the employees themselves.

Video feature: ASI's Melinda Ligos and Andy Cohen discuss the Counselor's Best Places to Work list.

Research by Quantum Market Research

What Makes a Winner?


Click on each of the 12 award-winning workplaces below to read detailed company profiles. You may even take away some great strategies to make your own organization one of next year's best!


iClick


Thirty happy employees, one forward-thinking CEO, and four weeks vacation for everyone. 
By C.J. MITTICA

Atlas Embroidery and Screen Printing


Employees come first, with clients right behind.
By C.J. MITTICA

Albrecht & Co.

Employees, sales reps, suppliers and customers are all treated like old friends.
By C.J. MITTICA

Pinnacle Promotions

No individual commissions means team rewards and collaboration.
By C.J. MITTICA

American Solutions for Business

Sales reps find freedom.
By C.J. MITTICA

Boundless Network

Interaction between management and employees creates a loyal workforce.
By ANDY COHEN

CustomInk LLC

Bonuses, flexible schedules, and free food make for very satisfied employees.
By MATT HISTAND

iPROMOTEu

"Happy birthday" from the CEO is what you'll hear if you're an iPROMOTEu affiliate.
By ANDY COEHN

Image Source Inc.

A relaxed dress code, company events, community involvement and Donut Friday.
By MATT HISTAND

Lanco Corp.

Discovering and fixing past communication problems led to today's openness.
By MATT HISTAND

Halls & Company

A "Thanks Area" recognizes and rewards employees who go above and beyond.
By C.J. MITTICA

SnugZ/USA

Appreciation, barbecues, and bring-your-pet-to-work days ensure smiling faces.
By MATT HISTAND

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