Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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2014 Large Companies

2014 Large Companies

A look at the Top Workplaces 2014 Large Company winners from WorkplaceDynamics' annual survey of companies in the Philadelphia area.

A look at the Top Workplaces 2014 Large Company winners from WorkplaceDynamics' annual survey of companies in the Philadelphia area.
Rank Company Founded Ownership Sector Locations Employees
1 Keller Williams Realty 1983 Partnership Agents / Brokers 35 2200
2 Whole Foods Market 1980 Private Organic/Healthfood 10 2238
3 Health Partners Plans 1985 Non-profit Insurance 1 605
4 Toll Brothers, Inc. 1967 Public Homebuilding 5 735
5 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP 1874 Partnership Professional Services 1 1400
6 Philadelphia Insurance Companies 1962 Private General Insurance 1 681
7 SugarHouse Casino 2010 Private Casino Entertainment 1 1100
8 SAP Americas 1972 Private Enterprise Software 1 2565
9 The Vanguard Group 1975 Cooperative/Mutual Financial Services 1 10000
10 Harrah's Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack 2006 Parent company Gambling 1 1700
11 MossRehab 1900 Non-profit Rehabilitation hospital 18 769
12 Comcast Corporation 1963 Public Media and Technology 109 9485
13 Mastery Charter Schools 1991 Non-profit Non-profit 15 1124
14 AmerisourceBergen Corporation 2001 Public Vendor Serving Healthcare Industry 2 676
15 Child Guidance Resource Centers 1956 Non-profit Human and social services 5 512
16 Reed Technology & Information Services 1966 Public Professional services 1 650
17 QVC 1986 Parent company Digital Retailer 2 2700
18 SEI 1968 Public Financial Services 1 2082
19 Ascensus, Inc. 1973 Private Financial Services 2 607
20 Rothman Institute 1970 Private Physicians Practice 20 695
21 SPIN 1970 Non-profit Human Services 8 842
22 Center For Family Services, Inc. 1920 Non-profit Human services 11 738
23 FMC Corporation 1884 Public Manufacture - Industrial Goods 2 715
24 Kennedy Health System 1965 Non-profit Hospitals 3 4000
25 ACTS Retirement-Life Communities, Inc. 1971 Non-profit Non-profit 10 1366
A New Jersey investment firm has agreed to pay $30.25 million for Northeast Philadelphia's Deer Meadows Retirement Community, which filed for bankruptcy protection in April.