Quantum Health

A Healthcare Management Company

Quantum Health is a healthcare management company based in Columbus, Ohio. In addition to being an Inc. 5,000 Fastest Growing Company for the past seven years, they’ve also been recognized as one of the best places to work for nine years and counting. Quantum Health is a call-center-based environment with hiring needs of 150 positions at any given time and remarkably low employee turnover rates in the 15-20 percent range.


An Assessment Management Software Company

ExamSoft is an assessment-management software company with offices in Dallas, Texas, and Boca Raton, Florida, serving over 800 clients worldwide. With about 100 employees and growing, ExamSoft has a vibrant culture hinging on a passion for education and the use of digital technology to make education more attainable by the masses. Their workplace fosters innovation, fun and a tech-startup vibe that has helped them win awards for best places to work across both of their offices.

The Granite Group


The Granite Group is a wholesale plumbing, heating and cooling supplies distributor headquartered in Concord, New Hampshire, with 30 branches across New England. Their obsession with client service, their “most important product,” culture built on relationships and the high standards they hold for their 475 employees has won them Plumbing & Mechanical Magazine’s Supply House of The Year Award. The Granite Group’s focus on people has allowed them to maintain these high standards while growing through a series of mergers and acquisitions over the years.

Gentle Giant


Gentle Giant is a moving company based in Somerville, Massachusetts, with offices and operations across the U.S. They have a workforce approaching 1,000 strong and a culture built on health, wellness and teamwork. They are consistently ranked as one of the healthiest workplaces and best places to work, and are renowned for amazing customer service. In addition to ongoing corporate growth and expansion, Gentle Giant works in a seasonal industry and has to ramp up its workforce by 200 employees every spring to make it through the busy season.