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"Year two of the Covid-19 era has inspired employers to look past short-term workplace solutions to the crisis. They were pressed to think about and implement change that would equip their employees to endure turmoil for the long haul. Now Crain's is recognizing the employers who rose to the challenge in the latest Best Places to Work rankings. Crain's partnered with Best Companies Group, an independent research firm, to find the top 100 employers in New York City that are enduring challenging conditions and reinventing themselves in the process."
Centro placed No. 71 overall for the best places to work in NYC. It ranked No. 22 in the small companies category.
Read the full list of companies in Crain's New York Business (subscription).