Top Workplaces: Top midsized companies


Top Midsized Employers (150 to 499 employees)

Company / Founded / Industry / Austin-area employees

1. Realty Austin 2004 Real estate 375

2. Renaissance Austin Hotel 1986 Hotel 282

3. Encompass Home Health 1999 Home health services 313

4. CWS Apartment Homes 1969 Real estate investment 186

5. OutboundEngine 2012 Marketing software 199

6. Software Advice 2005 Business services 157

7. Travaasa Experiential Resort 2011 Hospitality 206

8. Ebay 1998 E-commerce 411

9. Firefly Space Systems 2013 Aerospace172

10. Westminster 1967 Health care - senior living 242

11. RateGenius 1999 Financial services 230

12. BigCommerce 2009 Software 261

13 Birds Barbershop 2006 Hair care 150

14. Microsoft 1975 Software 173

15. Surveying And Mapping 1994 Geospatial services 250

16. The SAFE Alliance 2011 Social services 258

17. Lifesize Inc. 2003 Private Information technology 192

18. Howdy Honda 1983 Auto dealership 224

19. Kinnser Software 2003 Software 1 196

20. uShip 2004 E-commerce 190

21. People’s Community Clinic 1970 Health care 205

22. Newgistics, Inc. 1999 Private Parcel Transportation/eCommerce 162

23. Department of Family and Protective Services 1980 State government 447

24. Gracy Title, a Stewart Company 1873 Title and closing services 207

25. ESC Region 13 1967 Education 274

26. RBFCU 1952 Credit union 278

27. A+ Federal Credit Union 1949 Credit Union 361

28. Topgolf Entertainment Group 2000 Entertainment 358

29. Spiceworks 2006 Information technology 401

30. Ticom Geomatics, a CACI Company 1995    Defense industry 173


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