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Best Small Company to Work For (Under 50): The Title Company

Location: Fargo

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The Title Company earned Best Small Company to Work For in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to win? 

“This is the greatest compliment an organization can receive,” President Nicole Davidson and Vice President Patrick Buell said. “In today's climate of labor shortage, it’s hard enough to attract and retain the best talent. We are thrilled that our community is noticing how we do business and care for people.”

Why do employees choose you? 

“A few years back we identified that what set The Title Company apart from our competition is that we are committed to delivering the best customer experience,” Davidson and Buell said. “We quickly learned that providing the best customer experience started with creating the best workplace for our team. Creating a positive and productive workplace is a never-ending task, and it starts at the top of the org chart. … It’s ok to make a mistake, we are all human. We don’t dwell on our errors, rather own them, and move forward.”

  • Second place: EagleRidge Development
  • Third place: All New Gutter Service, Inc
  • Fourth place: Thomsen Homes
  • Fifth place: Preference Employment Solutions

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