BBJ unveils winners in 2023 Best Places to Work competition

BBJ unveils winners in 2023 Best Places to Work competition

Each company has its own culture. However, not all cultures are conducive to a good place to work.

Since 2020, the company culture has changed. More hybrid work opportunities, cooler office spaces, unique benefits and more are available.

How can a company demonstrate that it has a great culture and employees want to come work there?

These companies entered the Birmingham Business Journal’s 18th Annual Best Places to Work Program, which places employees’ thoughts and perspectives at the forefront to determine which businesses are best in Birmingham. Quantum Workplace conducted a survey and these companies have been ranked at the top in their respective categories.

The winners were announced and recognized at an energetic event held at Haven on May 11.

  • Micro (10-24 employees)

1 City Paper Co.

2 Knight Eady

3 Freedom Financial Group

4 Concepts & Associates Inc.

5 ThinkGard LLC

6 Airship

7 Peachtree Planning

Robert Half

9 Markstein

10 IN8bio

  • Small (25-39 employees)

1 EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants

Retail Strategies

Iron Tribe Fitness


5 Transportation and Logistical Services, Inc.

6 Keys

Wildsparq and FireSeeds


9 Brownell Travel

10 Volkert Inc.

  • Medium (40-99 employees)

1 MortgageBanc/Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp.

2 Aesto Health

3 Waverly Advisors LLC

4 DataPerk

Fleetio 5

6 HighFive Healthcare LLC

7 Wallace Jordan Ratliff & Brandt

8 Lewis Communications

9 OneAscent

Total Quality Logistics

  • Large (100-249 employees)

1 BMSS Advisors & CPAs

The Onin Group

Three Signature Homes

4 Warren Averett

5 Robins & Morton

6 Storyteller Overland

Southern Veterinary Partners

8 Lightfoot Franklin & White

9 EBSCO Industries

10 Doster Construction Co.

Extra Large (250+ employees)

1 McLeod software

2 Encompass Health

3 NaphCare

4 RxBenefits Inc.

5 Motion