SPECIAL AWARDS: Midsize Top Workplaces

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For several midsize AJC Top Workplaces, employees gave them standout scores when it came to specific survey statements.

Here are the ones that have received special recognition.

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Adam Brookner, Real Floors Inc.

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Adam Brookner, Real Floors Inc.

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Adam Brookner, Real Floors Inc.

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Leadership: Adam Brookner, Real Floors Inc.

Criteria: I have confidence in the leader of this company.

Comments: “They are kind and considerate. They are concerned about the people who work here as well as the customers. They take a personal interest in the lives of their employees.”

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Portrait of CEO Pat Flood in the new workout rom at the Supreme Lending Southeastern region offices in Alpharetta on Wednesday January 20, 2021. For a story on the Top Workplace midsize category.PHIL SKINNER FOR THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION.

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Portrait of CEO Pat Flood in the new workout rom at the Supreme Lending Southeastern region offices in Alpharetta on Wednesday January 20, 2021. For a story on the Top Workplace midsize category.PHIL SKINNER FOR THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION.

Credit: Phil Skinner

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Portrait of CEO Pat Flood in the new workout rom at the Supreme Lending Southeastern region offices in Alpharetta on Wednesday January 20, 2021. For a story on the Top Workplace midsize category.PHIL SKINNER FOR THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION.

Credit: Phil Skinner

Credit: Phil Skinner

Direction: Supreme Lending Southeast Region

Criteria: I believe this company is going in the right direction.

Comments: “I like that we are constantly trying to grow. More importantly, we are trying to grow in all facets of our business, not just profit. We have a fantastic marketing team that is always getting involved with community events and helping spread our name.”

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It's a lacrosse-like game. The object is to work a wiffle ball down a court using plastic scoops and score in the opposing team's goal, a nine-foot-high backboard with a hole in the middle. The game is played in special bumper cars known as whirlybugs. Yuting Cheng, center, battles fellow employees from Credigy, a financial services business, for the ball from her bumper car during a team building outing at Whirlyball Atlanta.

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It's a lacrosse-like game. The object is to work a wiffle ball down a court using plastic scoops and score in the opposing team's goal, a nine-foot-high backboard with a hole in the middle. The game is played in special bumper cars known as whirlybugs. Yuting Cheng, center, battles fellow employees from Credigy, a financial services business, for the ball from her bumper car during a team building outing at Whirlyball Atlanta.

Credit: Curtis Compton

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It's a lacrosse-like game. The object is to work a wiffle ball down a court using plastic scoops and score in the opposing team's goal, a nine-foot-high backboard with a hole in the middle. The game is played in special bumper cars known as whirlybugs. Yuting Cheng, center, battles fellow employees from Credigy, a financial services business, for the ball from her bumper car during a team building outing at Whirlyball Atlanta.

Credit: Curtis Compton

Credit: Curtis Compton

Managers: Credigy

Criteria: My manager helps me learn and grow.

My manager makes it easier to do my job well.

My manager cares about my concerns.

Comments: “My manager effectively balances oversight and support with the right amount of autonomy, which enables me to learn and grow.”

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Insight Sourcing Group, a boutique company of 56 employees, specializes in optimizing procurement-related costs.

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Insight Sourcing Group, a boutique company of 56 employees, specializes in optimizing procurement-related costs.

Credit: David Tulis

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Insight Sourcing Group, a boutique company of 56 employees, specializes in optimizing procurement-related costs.

Credit: David Tulis

Credit: David Tulis

Communication: Insight Sourcing Group

Criteria: I feel well-informed about important decisions at this company.

Comments: “ISG does a great job keeping employees informed about the health of the firm, the sales pipeline and other items that help instill confidence in the business.”

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Training: Edward Jones

Criteria: I get the formal training I want for my career

Comments: “The onboarding process is amazing, and the ‘just in time’ training I received in my first two years truly set me up for success. Now that my business is more mature, I have more customized, one-on-one training for advanced branches with an individual coach and it is incredibly valuable.”