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MarshBerry is proud to announce they have been recognized by ERC as one of Northeast Ohio’s 99 best places to work.  This is the first time MarshBerry has received this award.

“I’m so proud that MarshBerry has been recognized by ERC as one of Northeast Ohio’s 99 best places to work,” said John Wepler, Chairman and CEO of MarshBerry.  “We pride ourselves on hiring and retaining top performers to provide the best service and solutions to our clients in our industry.  We have worked hard to create a culture of excellence and this recognition is a great way to highlight our firm as we continue to look to hire quality team members and continue to grow.”

NorthCoast 99 recognizes great places to work for top performing people that drive results, provide competitive advantages, and allow businesses to innovate and grow. Applicants are evaluated based on policies and practices related to the attraction and retention of top performers, as well as data collected from employee surveys.

 “We’re extremely honored to recognize the 2016 NorthCoast 99 winners. These organizations have earned the right to call themselves a great workplace by their dedication to attracting, supporting, retaining, and motivating their Top Performers. ERC developed the NorthCoast 99 program with the hopes of inspiring local leaders to promote the great workplace movement,” comments Pat Perry, President of ERC.

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