The new tax code limits the deduction of state and local property taxes, as well as income or sales taxes, to a total of $10,000. When the tax reform legislation was put into law at the beginning of
These Are Houstons Healthiest Employers
Good companies know that a healthy employee is a happy employee, and HBJ has named 30 companies that have put an emphasis on employee health care and wellness offerings.
A representative from each company was surveyed and the companies were scored in six categories with varying weight to questions depending on the importance and impact on their wellness. The categories are:
Culture and leadership commitment
Communications and marketing
Programming and interventions
Reporting and analytics
To be considered, companies needed to have a significant Houston presence.
Rankings will be revealed and all the finalists will be celebrated at a May 17 breakfast and recognized in a special publication in the May 18 issue of the Houston Business Journal. Click here to learn more about and register for the event.
Small Companies (2-499 total employees)
Eagle's Trace Retirement Community
Global Healing Center LP
Metro National Corp.
Medium Companies (500-1,499 total employees)
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
King Ranch Inc.
Sun Coast Resources Inc.
Texas Mutual Insurance Co.
Large Companies (1,500-4,999 total employees)
Alliance Residential LLC
Ascend Performance Materials
JE Dunn Construction
McCarthy Holdings Inc.
Syngenta Crop Protection Inc.
The Friedkin Group
Extra Large Companies (5,000 or more total employees)
Baylor College of Medicine
City of Houston
Fort Bend Independent School District
Harris Health System
UnitedHealthcare of South Texas
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