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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
The Street: Do you ask people to get something 'ASAP,' or forward an email with only an 'FYI' added to the top? Stop and consider how those come across and improve your workplace communication.