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Ecumen named one of Minnesota’s best workplaces

Employees at Ecumen Bethany Community celebrate receiving the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal “Best Places to Work” award for the eighth time. (Contributed)

Ecumen Bethany Community, along with other Ecumen communities, has been named one of Minnesota’s Best Places to Work by the Minneapolis-Saint Paul Business Journal for the eighth time.

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Ecumen is one of 55 companies that received the honor, out of about 200 companies that were vying for the award.

Rankings are based on employee responses about their work environment, teamwork, embracing innovation, employee policies and practices and personal growth and development.

“This is a tribute to the dedication of our employees and to the importance of our culture, which is all about innovation, empowerment and honor,” said Robin Dunbar, Ecumen’s vice president of human resources.

Ecumen Bethany Community employs 173 people locally. It operates in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Nebraska, Tennessee and Idaho.