Top Workplaces 2018: Company rankings and awards

These employers were recognized by the Top Workplaces 2018 employee survey conducted by Energage, working in partnership with IndyStar. For more information, go to

Top large companies

1. Keller Williams Indy Metro
2. Crew Carwash
4. Monarch Beverage
5. Charles Schwab
6. Ricker Oil
7. Fifth Third Bank
8. Comcast
9. RCI
10. White Castle 
11. Aldi
12. Witham Health Services
13. Clark-Pleasant Community Schools
14. Protective Insurance
15. Freedom Mortgage

Top midsize companies

1. Van Rooy
2. Insights Consulting
3. Royal United Mortgage
4. First Internet Bank
5. BSA LifeStructures
6. Crowe Horwath
7. Tendercare Home Health Service
8. Opportunities for Positive Growth
9. Northwestern Mutual
10. HomeAdvisor
11. Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski
12. Key Benefit Administrators
13. Bose McKinney & Evans
14. Fusion Alliance
15. Indiana Members Credit Union
16. Taft Stettinius & Hollister
17. Edwards Electrical & Mechanical
18. Orchard Software Corp.
19. Bill Estes Automotive Group
20. Renewal by Andersen of Indiana
21. Seven Corners
22. Williams Comfort Air
23. DWA Healthcare Communications Group
24. MOBI Wireless Management
25. Reynolds Farm Equipment 

Small companies

1. Vaco Indianapolis
2. Hare Honda
3. Bailey and Wood Financial Group
4. Indesign 
5. BGBC Partners
6. Terry Lee Hyundai
7. Covenant Christian High School
8. Software Engineering Professionals
9. Dawes Fretzin Dermatology Group
10. Express Employment Professionals
11. Integration Partners 
12. Pondurance
13. R&R Plumbing 
14. Scopelitis Garvin Light Hanson & Feary
15. Blue Horseshoe
16. Peterman Heating Cooling & Plumbing
17. Hensley Legal Group
18. Chapman Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing
19. RQAW 
20. TEKsystems
21. American Income Life — Indiana
22. Student Connections
23. Indiana Donor Network
24. Meyer Najem
25. PERQ
26. One Click Ventures
27. Central Restaurant Products
28. Towne Park Ltd.
29. Aerotek
31. MS Inspection & Logistics
32. Lewis Wagner
33. Quality Mill Supply
34. Nelbud Services Group
35. Knowledge Services
36. Mister Quik Home Services
37. Johnson Melloh
38. First Databank
39. Brooksource
40. Northview Church
41. NOW Courier 
42. Manheim Indianapolis
43. Haggard & Stocking Associates
44. Indiana Health Information Exchange
45. Octiv
46. Engaging Solutions 
47. Arbor Homes
48. Total Quality Logistics
49. Unique Home Solutions
50. Interactions

How we compiled our rankings: Behind the Top Workplaces 2018 survey

Special awards

These awards were based on standout scores for specific survey statements. Employees rated criteria — such as “I have confidence in the leadership of this company” — on a seven-point scale from strongly disagree to strongly agree.


Criteria: I have confidence in the leadership of my company.

Large: Billy Schaming, Crew Carwash
Midsize: David Becker, First Internet Bank
Small: Terry Lee, Hare Honda


Criteria: I believe this company is going in the right direction.
Winner: Van Rooy Cos.


Criteria: My manager helps me learn and grow. My manager makes it easier to do my job well. My manager cares about my concerns.
Winner: Keller Williams Indy Metro


Criteria: New ideas are encouraged at this company.
Winner: Vaco Indianapolis


Criteria: At this company, we do things efficiently and well.
Winner: Royal United Mortgage


Criteria: My job makes me feel as I am part of something meaningful.
Winner: Indiana Donor Network


Criteria: This company operates by strong values and ethics.
Winner: Charles Schwab


Criteria: Senior managers understand what is really happening at this company.
Winner: Insights Consulting


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


Criteria: I feel genuinely appreciated at this company.
Winner: Opportunities for Positive Growth


Criteria: I have the flexibility I need to balance my work and personal life.
Winner: BSA LifeStructures


Criteria: I get the formal training I want for my career.
Winner: ERMCO


Criteria: My benefits package is good compared to others in this industry.
Winner: Blue Horsehoe

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