Baltimore's top large companies for 2012 [Pictures]
Not everyone can say they like going to work. But many of the people who work for the companies and organizations mentioned in this section do. The Baltimore Sun proudly presents Baltimore's Top Workplaces, listing the region's top companies based on confidential surveys of their employees.
-- By Marianne Amoss, Special to The Baltimore Sun
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•Baltimore's top small companies for 2012 [Pictures]
•Baltimore's Top Workplaces 2012 Special Honors [Pictures]
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No. 6: Humanim Inc.( Baltimore Sun Photo / December 1, 2012 )
The nonprofit Humanim provides workforce development and human services to individuals who have disabilities and face other barriers to independence and employment; more than 95 percent of their 4,500-plus Maryland clients fall below the poverty line. Employees feel their work is meaningful: "I am challenged every day to come up with solutions to pressing social problems and implement them," said one. Since 2009, Humanim has been based in the former American Brewery building in Broadway East, and the restored building has become a symbol of revitalization and change in the downtrodden neighborhood.