This article was written by Jessica Saunders for the Atlanta Business Chronicle and published on July 14, 2023. 

Here are the 2023 honorees of Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Best Places to Work annual competition — without the rankings.

To find those out, you must attend the Aug. 31 Best Places to Work event at Your 3rd Spot, from 6-9 p.m. Group Celebration Packages will be available for purchase on our website starting at noon, July 14. Depending on availability, single tickets will go on sale in early August.

It’s never been more important to be seen as a great place to work. The unemployment rate was at 3.6% in June, and the fierce competition for top talent is ongoing.

The Chronicle received nearly 270 reader nominations for this year’s Best Places competition this spring on its website. After that, Omaha, Nebraska-based Quantum Workplace Quantum surveyed their workers to find those organizations where employees are the most engaged.

Quantum ranked the top 100 employers in four categories: the top 10 among extra-large employers (500 employees and up); the top 25 among large employers (100 to 499 employees); the top 25 among medium-sized employers (50 to 99 employees); and the top 40 among small employers (10 to 49 employees). Quantum conducts 47 Best Places to Work programs across the United States.

Here are the unranked companies in alphabetical order by category:

Large Company (100 To 499 Employees)

  • 1-800-GOT-JUNK
  • Alliant Health Solutions
  • Associated Credit Union
  • Atlanticus Holdings Corp.
  • BakerHostetler LLP
  • Brasfield & Gorrie
  • Carroll Daniel Construction
  • CINC
  • Diablo/Freud Tools
  • Fusus
  • Hallway Plumbing LLC
  • Homrich Berg
  • Improving
  • JE Dunn Construction
  • Juneau Construction Co.
  • LeaseQuery
  • McKenney’s
  • Momnt
  • New South Construction

  • North American Properties
  • ParkMobile
  • PrizePicks
  • Slalom Consulting
  • Supreme Lending Southeast
  • The Piedmont Group