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Lifespark Lands #22 on Star Tribune Top Workplace List

  • Jun 13, 2023
  • Meaghan Puglisi
  • 1-min Read

This was a big year for Lifespark and for the 12th time, we have found ourselves on the Star Tribune Top Workplace list once again. This is important because culture means everything to us – our PEOPLE are our number one priority. If we can’t spark our employees and deliver an exceptional experience, we can’t serve others with that same mindset.

As a rapidly growing company, this award means a lot to us. It demonstrates and validates that our people find joy and purpose in what we are doing. This isn’t the right place for everyone but if you believe people deserve to age magnificently, your seat awaits.

So proud of our team for leading the change and doing it with more spark than we’ve ever seen. Congratulations Lifespark – this is because of you! Read on for the full list…

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