WATERVILLE — What it takes to be among the best places to work in Maine will be the topic of the Business Breakfast meeting Thursday at Thomas College.

Human Resource leaders Barry Martin, of Skowhegan Savings Bank, and Natalie Brown, of Athena Health, will discuss why their two companies were each selected as a Best Place to Work in Maine during the breakfast to be held 7:15 to 9 a.m. in the Spann Commons Oak Room.

The discussion will be led by Kelly Nelson and Jessica Palladino, co-chairwomen of the Best Places to Work committee of the Maine State Human Resource Council.

The breakfast is sponsored by the Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce and Thomas College.

The cost of the Business Breakfast is $15 for members who register before the event and $17 at the door. General admission is $20 for the public. To register, go online to www.midmainechamber.com or call 873-3315.

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