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Every two years or so, we round up the best places to work in the Baltimore region. This year, we actually considered skipping it. Can people actually afford to be selective in a recession? In a word, yes. It turns out that many of the best companies to work for around town are also some of the most financially sound. We think not—a happy employee is a productive employee. And an employer who understands that fundamental fact is already in the habit of making good decisions.

Every single employer listed in our story is hiring. Headquartered in Columbia Employees: A database marketing company What we love: Merkle also lets employees follow their dreams for higher education. The company has a tuition reimbursement program that pays percent of tuition and Merkle University,. Merkle also spoils high-performers: Hospital What we love: Tuition reimbursement, generous help for nurses-to-be, solid benefits. The hospital has four health insurance options, with a couple of nice twists—they pay about 75 percent of premiums and offer a discount for nonsmokers—plus a host of wellness programs.

The hospital also has made a concerted effort in recent years to communicate better with employees through an employee relations council. A virtual work option that lets employees work from anywhere. Companies with big call-center operations can tell you boy, can they tell you what a challenge it is to pull off a pleasant workplace.

But in , when Ascend One launched its virtual workforce arrangement for its contact center, it took one big leap in the right direction. The arrangement allows employees to work from home, a benefit nearly —or 50 percent of the contact center workforce—have taken advantage of. Oh yeah, and happy employees. In addition to letting employees work in their jammies, the company also offers solid benefits: And employees can earn up to four weeks vacation in their first year of employment.

There are also lots of voluntary programs, including health savings accounts, supple—mental life insurance, pre-paid legal service, and pet insurance. A provider of web-based collaboration solutions What we love: But by , Davis had one of the best reasons of all to take time off work.

But there are other ways, too: CollabraSpace pays percent of the healthcare insurance premium and deductible for employees and their families, plus percent of dental insurance premium. New employees are immediately eligible for the k plan, which has a percent match on the first 3 percent of employee salary.

Clipper Mill campus, Woodberry Employees: IT consulting and staffing solutions What we love: Nice digs and a casual, flexible culture. Even better to love what you do and where you do it. The folks at G. The sleek work space seamlessly blends the new with the old. As for the economy: Commitment to employee development. In June , LifeBridge held a special kind of graduation ceremony—complete with caps and gowns and, yes, a few happy tears.

Most came from entry-level positions, in housekeeping, nutrition, and transportation, among other fields. Then there are the little touches. Headquartered in Sparks, various locations worldwide Employees: Manufacturer of spices, herbs, seasonings, and flavors What we love: Culture of caring for employees and employees who care back.

McCormick took over leadership of McCormick and Co. But unlike his uncle, a tough-as-nails autocrat, C. The boards team employees of all levels and backgrounds to solve business problems and solicit employee input. McCormick also instituted work-life balance initiatives that were well before their time, including profit-sharing and a winter holiday break that most employees still enjoy.

Today, there are even more benefits: Nice office space, good benefits, fun projects. The open studio-type, environmentally friendly space boasts waterfront views for 90 percent of employees and the rank and file get the best seats. RTKL also does well on benefits. There is a k with percent match on the first 3 percent of contributions and 25 percent match on the next 2 percent of contributions, for a maximum match of 3. The company also boasts a formal mentoring plan and tuition reimbursement for certification exam prep courses or college courses.

Hospital Center What we love: Solid benefits, family feel, newly renovated facilities. If you're looking for stability in tough economic times, healthcare is probably a good place to be. And for anyone looking for a hospital with a family feel, St. Joseph may be a good choice. In , for example, two employees celebrated 50 years on the payroll.

What keeps them around? One factor is likely the culture, where caring and flexibility are the norm. The hospital offers a range of employment statuses, from full-time to part-time to flex. Part-timers only need to work 32 hours in a two-week period to be considered part-time. And in some cases, they can pick up health benefits while working as little as two days a week. Bethesda with operations in Baltimore Employees: A systems integrator and global security company; the Middle River operation focuses on ship building and vertical launching systems for the military What we love: Commitment to diversity, plus big-company benefits and opportunities.

If you're a scientist or engineer and you're looking for a company that offers top-notch compensation and benefits and commits to helping employees develop their careers, you might have already considered Lockheed. And it has an insatiable appetite for talent: The company hires roughly 5 percent—about 4, people—of all engineers graduating from American colleges and universities. What employees find when they come on board are competitive pay packages, a robust k program with company match, solid health benefits—with domestic partner coverage—and flexible work arrangements.

Lockheed Martin regularly wins accolades as an employer. Advertising, public relations, animation, design, and marketing firm What we love: When Planit started to realize it was outgrowing its office space in the Power Plant building, co-founder Ed Callahan knew finding a replacement was going to be tough.

Callahan and co-founder and buddy since grade school Matt Doud worked closely with the architect to ensure the company's creative bent would be reflected in the space.

And yes, there's beer in the fridge. Inside, the open-format office boasts plenty of casual breakout spaces for brainstorming or just chilling out.

The den-like creative space features low lighting and a pool table, which often gets a workout while employees bat around creative ideas. Advertising is an intense business, and the culture reflects that.

When employees gear up for their annual Halloween contest, the competition is so hard-core that "we've had people call in sick because they're like, 'I don't have anything good enough,'" says Callahan. That culture, which puts a premium on creativity, entrepreneurialism, and collaboration, is part of what draws top talent to Planit. And while economic woes often have an impact on advertising, Callahan thinks Planit, which opened in , is well-positioned to ride out the storm.

How can we zero in with something that's unique that no one else is doing? An advertising, design, and corporate identity firm What we love: Inspiring leadership, cool space, fun work. Those who thrive in that culture are also a rare bunch.

And ADG is frank about that upfront. Clients are large and small and come from a variety of fields which is one reason Antkowiak says ADG should fare reasonably well even in a recession. Sometimes those clients are really big: A global business consulting and internal audit firm, specializing in risk, advisory, and transaction services What we love: Good benefits, tuition reimbursement, and a culture that fosters employee development.

In some ways, working for a large global company can be great. On the flip side, it can be easy to get lost in a large company. So, how about a little of both? As part of global giant Robert Half International, Protiviti has big-boy benefits, including tuition reimbursement, healthcare coverage for domestic partners, and coverage for mental health care and alternative care, as well as access to MedExpert.

So what about the small-company appeal? Global investment management organization What we love: Impressive benefits and a commitment to employee career development.

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B29 Bayne family. Barnes, Shirley Moore, CS B28 Barnes family. Barnes, Peter, --Family. Smith, Stephen Harold, CS B Barshinger family. Bruce, William Cabell, Malvo had yet to face trial in Prince William County. In March , the Supreme Court ruled in Roper v. Simmons that the Eighth Amendment prohibits execution for crimes committed when under the age of In light of this Supreme Court decision, the prosecutors in Prince William County decided not to pursue the charges against Malvo.

Prosecutors in Maryland , Louisiana , and Alabama were still interested in putting both Malvo and Muhammad on trial. As Malvo was 17 when he committed the crimes, he could no longer face the death penalty but still could be extradited to Alabama, Louisiana, and other states for prosecution. At the time of the Roper v.

Muhammad's death penalty was affirmed by the Virginia Supreme Court on April 22, , when it ruled that he could be sentenced to death because the murder was part of an act of terrorism. The court rejected an argument by defense lawyers that Muhammad could not be sentenced to death because he was not the triggerman in the killings linked to him and Malvo. On September 16, the circuit court judge Mary Grace O'Brien set an execution date by lethal injection for November 10, Supreme Court to stay his execution, but it was denied.

In May , Virginia and Maryland announced that they had reached agreements to allow Maryland to proceed with prosecuting charges there, where the most shootings occurred.

There were media reports that Malvo and his legal team were willing to negotiate his cooperation, and he waived extradition to Maryland. Muhammad and his legal team responded by fighting extradition to Maryland. Muhammad's legal team was ultimately unsuccessful, and extradition was ordered by a Virginia judge in August Maryland agreed to transfer Muhammad and Malvo back to the Commonwealth of Virginia after their trials.

A date for Muhammad's pending execution in Virginia had been set for November 10, Malvo pleaded guilty to six murders and confessed to others in other states while being interviewed in Maryland and testifying against Muhammad. Malvo was sentenced to six consecutive life terms without the possibility of parole, but in , his sentence in Virginia was overturned after an appeal. In return, he was sentenced to six consecutive life terms without possibility of parole on June 1, On May 6, , it was revealed that Muhammad had asked prosecutors in a letter to help him end legal appeals of his conviction and death sentence "so that you can murder this innocent black man.

Malvo, after extensive psychological counseling, admitted that he was lying at the earlier Virginia trial where he had admitted to being the trigger man for every shooting. Malvo claimed that he had said this in order to protect Muhammad from a potential death sentence, and because it was more difficult to obtain the death penalty for a minor.

Malvo said that he wanted to do what little he could for the families of the victims by letting the full story be told. In his two days of testimony, Malvo outlined detailed aspects of all the shootings. Part of his testimony concerned Muhammad's complete multiphase plan. His plan consisted of three phases in the Washington, D.

Phase one consisted of meticulously planning, mapping, and practicing their locations around the D. This way after each shooting, they would be able to quickly leave the area on a predetermined path, and move on to the next location. Muhammad's goal in Phase One was to kill six white people a day for 30 days.

Malvo went on to describe how Phase One did not go as planned due to heavy traffic and the lack of a clear shot or getaway at locations. Phase Two was meant to take place in Baltimore, Maryland. Malvo described how this phase was close to being implemented, but was not carried out. Phase Two was intended to begin by killing a pregnant woman by shooting her in the stomach. The next step would have been to shoot and kill a Baltimore police officer.

Then, at the officer's funeral, they planned to detonate several improvised explosive devices complete with shrapnel. These explosives were intended to kill a large number of police, since many police would attend another officer's funeral. The last phase was to take place during or shortly after Phase Two, which was to extort several million dollars from the United States government. This money would be used to finance a larger plan, to travel north to Canada.

Along the way, they would stop in YMCAs and orphanages recruiting other impressionable young boys with no parents or guidance. Muhammad thought he could act as their father figure as he did with Malvo.

Once he recruited a large number of young boys and made his way up to Canada, he would begin their training. Malvo described how John Muhammad intended to train boys in weapons and stealth as he had been taught. Finally, after their training was complete, John Allen Muhammad would send them out across the United States to carry out mass shootings in many other cities, just as he had done in Washington and Baltimore.

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives ATF officials, the store and its owners had a long history of firearms sales and records violations and a file pages thick. Later that month he transferred ownership of the store to a friend and continued to own the building and operate the adjacent shooting gallery.

On January 16, , the Legal Action Project of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence , on behalf of the families of many of the victims of the sniper attacks both in and out of the D.

Muhammad, who had a criminal record of domestic battery, and Malvo, a minor , were each legally prohibited from purchasing firearms. The suit claimed that Bull's Eye Shooter Supply ran its gun store in Tacoma, Washington, "in such a grossly negligent manner that scores of its guns routinely "disappeared" from its store and it kept such shoddy records that it could not account for the Bushmaster rifle used in the sniper shootings when asked by federal agents for records of sale for the weapon.

It was also claimed that Bull's Eye continued to sell guns in the same irresponsible manner even after Muhammad and Malvo were caught and found to have acquired the weapon there.

Bushmaster was included in the suit because it allegedly continued to sell guns to Bull's Eye as a dealer despite an awareness of its record-keeping violations. The case had been set for trial in April ; however the parties settled before then. Bushmaster said it settled because of escalating legal fees and the dwindling amount of insurance money it had left for the case. Bushmaster also agreed to educate its dealers on safer business practices.

In the days leading up to his execution, John Allen Muhammad spent time with his lawyer working out a final appeal to the Supreme Court. It was reported that the two had become close friends, with Muhammad telling his lawyer, "I love you, brother," and granting him permission to write a book about the trial. Muhammad was executed by lethal injection at the Greensville Correctional Center in Jarratt, Virginia on November 10, EST; Muhammad was pronounced dead five minutes later.

It was reported that when asked if he had any last words, Muhammad made no reply. Twenty-seven people, including victims' family members, witnessed his execution. A memorial to the victims of the D.

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