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A total of 32 companies will be honored next month by Northern Virginia Family Service with CARE [Companies as Responsive Employers] Awards.

For more than 25 years, the awards program has recognized outstanding companies moving the needle to make Northern Virginia a better place for everyone to work, live and play.

“CARE Award winners are top business leaders who demonstrate unyielding commitment to their employees and our community,” said Stephanie Berkowitz, president and CEO at Northern Virginia Family Service. “CARE shines a light on this exceptional group of businesses and the ways they help to strengthen our economy, bolster their bottom lines and make our region stronger.”

Recipients are selected based on their deep community impact, outstanding employee engagement and culture, and progressive family-friendly policies, officials said.

Recipients for 2019 include Air Force Aid Society Inc.; American Systems; B&A; BOWA; Business Benefits Group; Consumer Technology Association; Dev Technology; ENSCO Inc.; Evans Inc.; FlexProfessionals LLC: FMP Consulting; Fors Marsh; Helios HR; Highlight Tech; Hyatt Regency Tysons Corner; IonQ; JK Moving Services; and MBL Technologies.

Also, Monument Wealth Management; National Rural Electric Cooperative Association; NetImpact Strategies; NTT (formerly Dimension Data); PagnatoKarp; Perspecta; Red Thinking; SourceAmerica; Southern Management Corp.; Titania Solutions Group; TRACE International; USTA/Mid-Atlantic Section; and VWG Wealth Management.

“The 2019 CARE Awards winners put people first. The leaders of these organizations understand that employee engagement happens when individuals and the causes they care about are valued and supported,” said Misti Mukherjee, who chaired the awards committee.

Awards will be presented at the 27th annual CARE Awards Breakfast, to be held Nov. 15 at the Sheraton Tysons Corner Hotel. For information on tickets or sponsorships, see the Website at www.nvfs.org/careawards.

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