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TempStaff Inc – Small Category Winner

Carolyn Boteler believes her employees are like family. On April 7 at the Mississippi Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work in Mississippi” kickoff breakfast, the CEO and president of TempStaff, Boteler and her management team accepted the company’s third BPTW award in the last five years as winner of the Small category. When Boteler launched the company in 1981, she ...

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Community Bank – Mega-Large Category Runner-up

One of the Southeast’s fastest-growing financial institutions, Community Bank didn’t originate in a large, metropolitan area or with the usual bank business plan. Instead, Community Bancshares of Mississippi Inc. was launched more than 100 years ago when 42 stockholders with $20,000 established Farmers and Merchants Bank in the heart of Mississippi poultry country. In just more than 18 years, with ...

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Roy Anderson Corp – Large Category Runner-up

Winning awards is nothing new to Roy Anderson Corp. The only problem might be finding enough space to house the many plaques and trophies that the Gulfport-based construction company has garnered since opening for business in 1955. Consider that RAC has received recognition from a variety of sources, including the Associated Builders & Contractors, U.S. Department of Labor and F.W. ...

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Business Communications Inc – Medium Category Runner-up

In the company’s mission statement, Business Communications Inc.(BCI) makes it very clear what it does. The Madison County company is all about technology and delivering solutions in a way that will give its customers the freedom to focus on what’s important to them. That kind of commitment to BCI’s customers and employees is what earned the company second place in ...

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May & Company, LLP – Small Category Runner-up

Awards and honors for being a great place to work are nothing new for Vicksburg-based accounting firm May & Company, LLP. Along with being named one of the Mississippi Business Journal’s 2010 “Best Places to Work in Mississippi” and one of the Top 100 Private Companies in the state, May & Company was also selected as one of Inside Public ...

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Atmos Energy – Large Category Winner

Leadership. Values. Culture. Those three words are the foundation for Atmos Energy’s success and its commitment to service for their customers in Mississippi. Atmos Energy was selected as winner of the Large Category in the Mississippi Business Journal’s 2010 “Best Places to Work in Mississippi” competition. Company officials communicate and reinforce those three words every day in a number of ...

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Wells Marble & Hurst, PLLC – Medium Category 6th Place

Wells Marble & Hurst, PLLC, prides itself in being deeply rooted in metropolitan Jackson. That sense of pride among its employees and a storied history earned the law firm a place in the Mississippi Business Journal’s 2010 “Best Places to Work in Mississippi.”   Founded in 1871, Wells Marble & Hurst offers clients an incomparable level of experience and knowledge ...

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TEC – Medium Category 7th Place

Ask TEC officials why their company is one of the “Best Places to Work in Mississippi” and most give the same answers – everyone works together as a well-managed team and the respect given employees and customers alike is unparalleled.  In summation, TEC is like family. The company originated in Bay Springs and was formed in the 1970s in an ...

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Adams & Reese, LLP – Medium Category 5th Place

For the fourth consecutive year, Jackson law firm Adams & Reese was named among the Mississippi Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work in Mississippi.” Since 1951, the firm has grown from one office in New Orleans to 13 offices throughout the south central U.S. and along Florida’s west coast – Sarasota, St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay were opened earlier this ...

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