April 24, 2017
Florida Trend's Best Companies To Work For In Florida - 2016

100 companies made the cut in our 8th annual Best Companies To Work For In Florida rankings.

To identify Florida’s best employers, Florida Trend partners with the Best Companies Group. Any firm with at least 15 employees in Florida could participate at no cost ... continued

Best LARGE Companies
(250 or more employees)
Best MIDSIZED Companies
(50-249 employees)
Best SMALL Companies
(15-49 employees)

Jill S. Schwartz & Associates, P.A.

ASI: American Strategic Insurance

Alliance Residential is Growing

A Culture of Care at North Highland

Beck Group: More than Architects and Contractors

HomeBanc: A Great Place to Bank - and Work!

Markham Norton Mosteller Wright, P.A.

DesignShop: We're Your Team

Unifirst: Uniformly Excellent Customer Service

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Featured Winners

play time at workUsing play time to bolster business

Twelve companies on our list have table tennis onsite or at company events. Nine companies have cornhole games.

BRPH, a Melbourne-based architecture and engineering firm, has both. “BRPH uses fun and games as a chance to build relationships among the team and within the community,” says Kimberly Eye, the company’s communications manager. “The company holds both Ping Pong and cornhole tournaments throughout the year, and both are themed to benefit local charities.”
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High-Deductible Insurance

Since being introduced in 2001, “consumer-driven health plans” — those with high deductibles — have grown to 15% of the market. Among our Best Companies, however, only five include them in their benefit offerings. Consumer-driven health plans have deductibles of at least $1,300 for an individual, along with a pretax HSA or HRA account that employees can use to cover co-pays.
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A Pension Believer

For most of the private sector, pension plans have gone into retirement. That’s true of our list of Florida’s Best Companies to Work For. Only one of the 100 has a pension available to the mass of its employees: Capital City Bank, a 917-employee community bank based in Tallahassee.

“We are a company that believes you take care of the people who take care of you,” says COO Bethany H. Corum.
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