Midsize companies use creative approaches, benefits |

March 29, 2021

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Team members collaborate at a pre-pandemic meeting at Madison-based Widen Enterprises Inc. The firm helps organizations create compelling and measurable digital experiences and has been named to the Top Workplaces list three years running. 

The Top Workplaces winners among midsize companies reflect innovative styles to building corporate cultures that their employees embrace. Here’s a look at the other winners in the mid-size category:

Madison-based NeuGen is a shared services organization which supports WEA Trust and Health Tradition in helping to serve their health insurance policyholders, in addition to providing medical management and administrative services to other healthcare companies.

It offers employees a comprehensive benefits package, as well as fitness reimbursements, and employee wellness program, paid volunteer time, tuition reimbursement, a nature walking trail and a food mart with fresh and healthy food options.

Website: www.neugenhealth.com

Employee comment: “Projects are celebrated, work is acknowledged, and the teams are supportive. Best job I ever had!”

Founded 11 years ago, Nordic specializes in information technology consulting in the healthcare industry. Its consultants aim to guide healthcare organizations to stronger businesses with better patient outcomes.

The Madison firm provides training and certification opportunities, a 401(k) plan, dental and vision insurance with premiums fully paid for employees and their dependents and referral bonuses for new clients and consultants. Its team members also recently launched employee resource groups.