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2016 Best Places to Work Awards Gala photos

Here are some of the honorees from the okc.biz 2016 Best Places to Work Awards Gala at the Petroleum on Tuesday, September 27, 2016. Learn more about this year’s winners here.

Best Places to Work 2016 Companies

Large Companies 1. Edward Jones U.S. Corporate Headquarters: St. Louis Website: edwardjones.com Year Founded: 1922 Company Leader: Mary Maddux, financial advisor and regional leader Status: Private Employees in State: 539 The working culture at Edward Jones fosters respect, transparency and a client-centric focus. As a result, associates love working there. In fact, in addition to

Best Places to Work 2016 Press Release

okc.BIZ magazine announced the winners of the Best Places to Work in Oklahoma competition last night at its annual awards dinner at the Petroleum Club of Oklahoma City. The Best Places to Work in Oklahoma program, this year sponsored by Comtech Design Print and Mail, honors the state’s best employers. A third party surveyor, Best

BPTW 2016 w-Comtech

2016 Best Places to Work in Oklahoma Announced

Oklahoma City, Okla. – okc.BIZ announced today that 40 Oklahoma companies have been selected as finalists for the 2016 Best Places to Work in Oklahoma program, which identifies and honors the state’s best employers. Best Companies Group selects and ranks the competition entrants by collecting and analyzing data from both employer questionnaires and employee surveys

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic

U.S. Corporate Headquarters: Oklahoma City Website: okcic.com Year Founded: 1974 CEO: Robyn Sunday-Allen Status: Nonprofit Full-Time Employees in State: 136 Part-Time Employees in State: 2 Oklahoma City Indian Clinic is a nonprofit corporation that provides a variety of health care services to Native Americans and their families. Services include preventative care, ambulatory care, illness management

Up in smoke

Cherokee registered nurse Robyn Sunday-Allen was the director of nursing at the Oklahoma City Indian Clinic at the time the changes came around. “We knew it would eventually come down the pike, and we would have to do it,” says Sunday-Allen, now the clinic’s CEO. “We’ve always tried to be cutting-edge, particularly in Indian Country,

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