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Randa Accessories named one of the best places to work

For the third year in a row, Randa Accessories has been named one of the best places to work in New Orleans. Congratulations to our NOLA managers.

New Orleans CityBusiness has selected the honorees for its 12th annual Best Places to Work special publication and event.
To compete, companies must submit extensive nomination forms disclosing workforce data such as salaries, benefits, retention levels and employee advancement. The next part of the process involves a survey of company employees to measure workplace culture.

CityBusiness selected 35 honorees in the large company category (more than 50 employees) and 15 honorees in the small business category (fewer than 50 employees).

All 50 companies chosen will be honored at an awards event at noon Friday, Dec. 5, at the Hyatt Regency. The top three large and small companies will be announced at the event.

This year’s Best Places to Work honorees in are listed in alphabetical order according to category.

1st Lake Properties
Adams and Reese
Arthur J. Gallagher
Audubon Engineering
Baker Donelson
Durr Heavy Construction
Eagan Insurance Agency
Fair Grounds Race Course and Slots
Federated Sample
Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank
First NBC Bank
HRI Properties
Hyatt Regency
Irwin Fritchie Urquhart & Moore
Kushner LaGraize
Landis Construction Co.
LaPorte CPA and Business Advisors
Louisiana Organ Procurement Agency
The McDonnel Group
New Orleans Hotel Collection
Ochsner Health System
Pelican Energy Consultants
Peoples Health
Peter A. Mayer
Ralph Brennan Restaurant Group
Randa Accessories
Republic National Distributing Co.
Search Influence
U.S. Forensic
Woodward Design+Build
Zehnder Communications

Audubon Field Solutions
Blitch Knevel
Deveney Communications
Digital Engineering & Imaging
Ericksen Krentel & LaPorte
Franco’s Athletic Club
FSC Interactive
Infinity Engineering
Louisiana Technology Group
Mumms Software
Universal Data

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