Hartford Business Journal

February 20, 2017 — Best Places to Work in CT

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www.HartfordBusiness.com February 20, 2017 • Hartford Business Journal 35 SMALL / MEDIUM COMPANY CATEGORY 22 IMCORP CT Headquarters: Manchester Industry: Engineering Website: www.imcorp.com Twitter: IMCORPtech Top CT Executive: Matthew Mashikian, CEO & Chief Technical Officer I MCORP is a technology company involved in underground power cable reliability. It provides diagnostic services for medium- and high-voltage power cable systems. Com- pany employees are shown above participat- ing in a foosball tournament. Employee Bonuses: Power-Up program moti- vates associates to meet specific and significant goals and provides fun spot rewards, including celebrations and time off. Fun & Relaxation: Hosts Friday barbeques, holiday party at Fox- woods luxury lounge, and on-site activi- ties such as billiards, air hockey, foosball, basketball, horseshoes, pingpong and take your dog to work days. Community Service: IMCORP is a major corporate sponsor of the Manchester Area Conference of Churches, which provides food, shelter, clothing and advocacy for unmet basic community needs. Sounding Board: Company president meets periodically with small groups of employees for breakfast and dinner to talk informally about life at IMCORP, the current goals of the company and his vision for the future. Training: Offers career development through cross- functional training, assignments and career paths. 21 ADNET Technologies LLC Headquarters: Farmington Industry: Technology Website: www.thinkADNET.com Twitter: @ADNETTech Top CT Executive: Edward Laprade, President & CEO A DNET Technologies LLC is a technology consulting firm. The ADNET team is shown above at ADNET's WorkSmart Hart- ford Summit 2016. Employee Bonuses: Service delivery team members can qualify for bonuses based on achievement of individual service delivery goals. Fun & Relaxation: ADNET promotes a fun and friendly competition during football season, including an employee created/run internal foot - ball pool and Super Bowl Day celebration where employees wear their favorite team apparel. Training: Offers and pays for formal train- ing and testing for technical and business certification programs. Healthy Living: Employees are encouraged to work remotely or take sick time at the first sign of illness and/or visit doctors during business hours and stay home to care for loved ones. Community Service: ADNET holds a three- month long food drive in partnership with employees, partners and clients, raising between 1,000 to 3,000 food items and toilet- ries for local food pantries. 20 Simpson Healthcare Executives CT Headquarters: Old Lyme Industry: Advertising/Public Relations/Marketing Website: www.simpsonhealthcare.com Twitter: @SimpsonHC Top CT Executive: Kelly Simpson- Angelini, CEO/Owner S impson Healthcare Executives is a glob- al scientific communications agency that provides scientific communications to com- mercial and medical affairs clients. Employee Benefits: Allows casual work attire and the ability to work remotely two days a week. Fun & Relaxation: Pays a licensed mas- sage therapist to come to the office on an annual basis to provide chair massages. Also hosts an annual picnic at Six Flags for employees and families over the summer. Training: Continuous learning environment includes: Book club, technology-skills development, tuition reimbursement, lunch and learns, and paid educational seminars. Healthy Living: Offers standing treadmill desks for employees as well as a meditation room. Employees (shown above) also participate in a running group. Community Service: Simpson adopts a local family at Thanksgiving and provides all of the groceries needed to cook a Thanksgiving meal. They also provide that family with a $500 gift card to the local grocery store. 19 iDevices LLC CT Headquarters: Avon Industry: Technology Website: http://idevicesinc.com Twitter: @idevices Top CT Executive: Christopher Allen, CEO i Devices is an app- and product develop- ment company that serves the connected- home industry. Employees are shown above outside the company's Avon headquarters. Employee Benefits: Unlimited paid time off gives employees flexibility and work-life balance. Employee Recognition: Employee recognition program allows employees to nominate each other on three values: teamwork, execution and innovation. Fun & Relaxation: Many employees own nerf guns and the office will erupt into spontaneous nerf wars throughout the work week. Being Green: iDevices is a "no-paper" office: All files, including personnel, are electronic. Training: Company believes strongly in promoting from within and several current managers and directors were promoted into those roles. Communication Tools: Every department has a flat screen TV that shows everything that is going on that day at the company.

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