ALARIS Wins 7th Consecutive Star Tribune Top Workplaces Award

The award t150w-logounderscores ALARIS’ continued commitment to employees and core values.

Bloomington, MN –June 22nd, 2017—ALARIS has once again earned a spot on the Minneapolis StarTribune’s Top Workplaces List.

Top Workplaces recognizes the most progressive companies in Minnesota based on employee opinions measuring engagement, organizational health and satisfaction.  The analysis included responses from over 69,000 employees at Minnesota public, private and nonprofit organizations.


“We are always thrilled to be named a Star Tribune Top Workplace,” said Marijo Storment, CEO of ALARIS. “Being a great place to work is something we continuously aim for and to be on the list 7 years in a row shows that while ALARIS is always changing to meet new challenges, our commitment to our employees and culture remains constant.”


“Our commitment to ALARIS’ core values and culture is critical to attracting the talented individuals we need to achieve our objectives,” Said Tony Delich, CFO at ALARIS. “The dedication, passion, and talent ALARIS employees demonstrate every day is what makes ALARIS such an incredible place to work.”


Workplace recognition is not new for ALARIS. ALARIS was also named a 2016 national Best and Brightest Company to Work for by the National Association for Business Resources, was a 2016 MN Business Journal Best Place to Work, and has received multiple other workplace awards.



ALARIS is the nation’s premier healthcare management firm specializing in workers’ compensation case management. ALARIS’ workers’ compensation and disability case management services facilitate timely communication and efficient return to work while reducing medical and disability costs. ALARIS has a rich history, extensive expertise and responsive services for clients of all sizes, serving all 50 U.S. states with a national network of professionals to meet the unique needs of a diverse customer base.

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