Baltimore's Top Workplaces 2017

2017 Rankings

2017 Winners

  • Large No. 1: At KCI Technologies, an open-door policy fosters trust

    Large No. 1: At KCI Technologies, an open-door policy fosters trust

    Employees at KCI Technologies are both its owners and its assets. The company stock is divided among all who are eligible. But that’s far from the only contribution KCI makes to keeping them happy at work. The company’s mission, the opportunities for growth and development, the flexible work hours...

  • Midsize No. 1: McDonogh School creates a family atmosphere

    Midsize No. 1: McDonogh School creates a family atmosphere

    Bridget Collins was inspired to become an educator when she was a young student at McDonogh School. She graduated in 1990, returned to the Owings Mills institution a decade later and has been there since. “A litmus test of an institution is how long people stay. This is my 18th year, and I’m surrounded...

  • Small No. 1: Fortego is training to succeed in cyberwarfare

    Small No. 1: Fortego is training to succeed in cyberwarfare

    Fortego is one of many Maryland-based cybersecurity firms thriving in an era when hacking is regularly in the headlines and warfare often takes place beyond the battlefield. “We are doing very important work for the safety and success of the country,” said Jen Rothenberger, director of human resources...

Honorable Mention

  • Top 100 workplaces rankings for 2017

    Top 100 workplaces rankings for 2017

  • Large No. 2: Rummel, Klepper and Kahl helps employees build on their success

    Large No. 2: Rummel, Klepper and Kahl helps employees build on their success

    Rummel, Klepper & Kahl has grown over the course of nearly 100 years from two people in a Saratoga Street office to more than 1,200 employees nationwide, thanks to a reputation built on what it has helped build. Look around Maryland, and you’ll see major projects in which RK&K played a role: U.S....

  • Large No. 3: Aerotek banks on diversity and inclusion

    Large No. 3: Aerotek banks on diversity and inclusion

    Aerotek began in 1983 as a staffing company that specialized in providing engineers for the aerospace and defense industries. Co-founded by current Ravens owner Steve Biscottii, it has expanded well beyond that in the decades since, becoming a global firm with around 8,000 internal employees, including...

  • Midsize No. 2: Camaraderie, not competition, among Cummings & Co. agents

    Midsize No. 2: Camaraderie, not competition, among Cummings & Co. agents

    The agents at Cummings & Co. Realtors are highly experienced, many of them drawn to a company they feel far surpasses anywhere they’ve worked before — and many more joining with each passing month. The staff averages more than 12 years in the industry. The company has opened two more offices in...

  • Midsize No. 3: Keller Williams 'built for agents by agents'

    Midsize No. 3: Keller Williams 'built for agents by agents'

    Agents at Keller Williams American Premier Realty in Bel Air appreciate that their workdays so often involve helping others — not just clients seeking to buy or sell homes, but their colleagues as well. “Everyone works together. It’s not cutthroat,” said Debbie Jaffey, the director of agent services,...

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