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All 135 winners for 2021 | #healthcare | #elderly | #seniors

The Enquirer invited all 135 Top Workplaces to tell us what makes each of them special. Here are excerpts from company responses and, in most cases, anonymous quotes. The companies are listed in alphabetical order.

Al. Neyer 

Division: Small Year founded: 1894 Ownership: Private Sector: Real estate and development Local HQ: Cincinnati Local employees: 77 What the company does: Developer and design-builder that specializes in office headquarters, industrial sites, mixed-use developments. Why one employee loves working here: “We do incredible projects across our five cities and as employee-owners, we all make decisions based on what is best for the company.”

Putting it together: How the 135 companies landed on the list

What firms are new to the list?We have all 19 here

What companies have been honored all 12 years?We have the list


Division: Midsize Year founded: 1976 Ownership: Cooperative/mutual Sector: Retail Local HQ: NA Local employees: 309 What the company does: Grocery retailer Why one employee loves working here: “I wanted to advance my career with Aldi and the store and district manager listened and helped me achieve that.”

American Modern Insurance Group's office.

American Modern Insurance Group  

Division: Large Year founded: 1965 Ownership: Private Sector: Financial services Local HQ: Amelia Local employees: 1,200 What the company does: Specialty insurer of manufactured homes and specialty dwellings and recreational vehicles such as boats, ATVs, snowmobiles, motorcycles and classic cars. Why one employee loves working here: “Flexibility to work from home during the pandemic and how it was handled has been great.”

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