The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal is celebrating its 22nd annual Best Places to Work awards — the Twin Cities' longest-running awards program recognizing great workplaces.

It’s been an extraordinary year with the coronavirus pandemic, economic fallout and, more recently, protests across the country. Despite the difficulties companies and their employees are facing, we had a strong showing for this year’s awards project. Being named a Best Place to Work this year is an even greater feat than usual.

In 2020, we are honoring 20 companies in the extra-small category (10 to 24 Minnesota employees), 20 in the small category (25 to 49 Minnesota employees), 20 in the medium category (50 to 249 Minnesota employees) and five in the large category (250-plus Minnesota employees).

Today, we are announcing honorees in the small category — see slideshow below — with additional honorees made public throughout the rest of the week. (Yesterday we revealed our extra-small honorees.) The honorees are listed alphabetically this week, but will be ranked by their score in our Aug. 7 Best Places to Work publication.

Scroll through the slideshow below to learn who our second round of honorees are.

To determine our Best Places to Work, we sought nominations from companies in the Twin Cities region. Our research partner, Omaha, Neb.-based Quantum Workplace, then distributed surveys to all Minnesota-based employees of those nominated companies, asking participants to rate their employers on a variety of questions related to management, communication and more. Quantum tabulated the scores from those confidential surveys to identify our 65 honorees.

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