Chamber announces nominees for 2023 Best Places to Work awards

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We already know Huntsville is a great place to live, but where are the best places to work? (Hville Blast)

Every week, we report on who is hiring in the Huntsville area, and each week there are easily more than 10,000 jobs posted in the area from local employers. But where are the best places in Huntsville to work?

Well, the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce each year honors the Best Places to Work, and this year’s nominees for the awards were released this month. Here are the nominees:

Micro category – 10 to 24 employees

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Brasfield & Gorrie is a Best Places to Work nominee among the smallest Huntsville-area employees. (Brasfield & Gorrie via Facebook)

The Micro Category, or businesses with 10 to 24 employees, is for the smallest businesses but has the largest number of nominees:

Small Category – 25 to 50 employees

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Kids to Love is one of the nominees in the Small Category. (Kids to Love via Facebook)

The Small Category includes businesses with 25 to 50 employees. The nominees for this category are:

Medium Category – 51 to100 employees

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I mean, how could Huntsville Botanical Garden NOT be among the best places to work? (Huntsville Botanical Garden via Facebook)

The Medium Category is for employers with 51 to 100 employees. Those nominees are:

Large Category – 101 to 250 employees

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One of the Best Places to Work nominees for the Large Category is deciBel Research. (deciBel Research via Facebook)

Employers with 101 to 250 employees make up the Large Category. Those nominees are:

X-Large Category – 251+ employees

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Torch Technologies is among the Best Places to Work in the area’s largest employer category. (Torch Technologies via Facebook)

Here are the nominees for Best Places to Work among the area’s largest employers:

Regardless of category, all of these awards are based on employee surveys. Celebrate with the Chamber on Tuesday, May 9 in the VBC South Hall Ballrooms as the winners are revealed. Register for the luncheon HERE.

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Michael Seale
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