Two Bel Air employers, including Harford Community College, were named "top workplaces" in the Baltimore area by The Baltimore Sun.
The top 75 workplaces were determined through employee surveys distributed by The Baltimore Sun, according to a release from .
"I just think it indicates what I have seen all along since I have been here, that people really value the college and the college values them, and I think that makes for a great workplace," President Dennis Golladay told Patch Tuesday.
about 115 employees participated in the assessment that evaluated categories such as compensation and benefits, career oportunities and workplace flexibility.
"I think they do feel they perform a very important role that is going to affect the place they work and live," Golladay said.
He said the feeling of being part of something bigger likely contributes to the positive work environment.
Golladay attended an award ceremony along with the other honorees, such as fellow Bel Air business , located in the 900 block of South Main Street.
"It made me feel as if the college was in great company," Golladay said.