Best Places to Work

Thrasher is among companies with more than 200 employees saluted in the 2018 Best Places to Work survey sponsored by Baird Holm LLP and the Greater Omaha Chamber.

Each year since 2003, businesses that have mastered the art of employee engagement have found their way into the winners circle of the Best Places to Work in Omaha survey. Here are the 2018 winners, as announced by survey founder Baird Holm LLP and program sponsor, the Greater Omaha Chamber.

Companies with 25 to 200 employees

1. Object Partners

2. Marcotte

3. Vetter Health Services

4. Lutz

5. Sojern

Companies with more than 200 employees

1. Oath

2. Olsson Associates

3. Thrasher Inc.

4. Signature Performance

5. OneWorld Community Health Centers

Staffing firms with 25 to 200 employees (unranked)

Prime Time Healthcare

RTG Medical

Staffing firms with more than 200 employees (unranked)

C&A Industries Inc.

Medical Solutions LLC

This year, there is also one Sustained Excellence Award winner — QLI. This award is given to an organization that has been identified as one of the Best Places to Work in Omaha in at least three out of four consecutive years.

Created by Baird Holm LLP, the Best Places to Work in Omaha initiative measures levels of employee engagement through an online survey. The survey is administered and feedback is provided by Quantum Workplace.

“While it’s one thing to claim to be a great place to work, it’s another to demonstrate it with outstanding engagement scores,” said Scott S. Moore, a partner at Baird Holm.

“Whether creating, collaborating or just building community, superior organizations deserve applause,’’ said David G. Brown, president and CEO of the chamber. “The Best Places to Work in Omaha initiative celebrates organizations that have mastered the art of employee engagement, demonstrating what it takes to build and nurture successful teams. We celebrate everyone who participated in the process this year and look forward to learning from the list of winners.”

The 2018 winners will be recognized at a May 24 luncheon at the La Vista Conference Center. Tickets are $40 per person or $400 for a table of 10. For reservations, visit

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