100 Best category winners

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100 Best category winners


Large Companies
Benefits and compensation Work environment Decision making and trust
1 U.S. Cellular 1 U.S. Cellular 1 U.S. Cellular
2 Microsoft Corporation 2 Point B Solutions Group 2 Point B Solutions Group
3 Walsh Construction Co. 3 Microsoft Corporation 3 Evanta
4 Evanta 4 MulvannyG2 Architecture 4 Carr Auto Group
5 Qualcomm 5 Edge Wireless LLC 5 The Personnel Department
Performance management Career development and learning Employer benefits survey
1 U.S. Cellular 1 U.S. Cellular 1 Nike
2 Point B Solutions Group 2 Edge Wireless LLC 2 Microsoft Corporation
3 Carr Auto Group 3 Carr Auto Group 3 Farmers Insurance Co. of Ore.
4 Microsoft Corporation 4 Microsoft Corporation 4 Pacific Continental Bank
5 Edge Wireless LLC 5 The Personnel Department 4 Qualcomm
Small Companies
Benefits and compensation Work environment Decision making and trust
1 Columbia Printing & Graphics 1 River City Travel 1 River City Travel
2 River City Travel 2 Columbia Printing & Graphics 2 Columbia Printing & Graphics
3 United Risk Solutions 3 United Risk Solutions 3 United Risk Solutions
4 Quango Design & Marketing 4 Rose City Mortgage Specialists 4 Pittman & Brooks PC
5 Bridge City Legal 5 Pittman & Brooks PC 4 Rose City Mortgage Specialists
Performance management Career development and learning Employer benefits survey
1 River City Travel 1 River City Travel 1 R.V. Kuhns & Associates
2 Columbia Printing & Graphics 2 Columbia Printing & Graphics 2 N.W. Newborn Specialists PC
3 United Risk Solutions 3 Staff Finders Technical of Ore. 3 AngelVision Technologies
4 Staff Finders Technical of Ore. 4 United Risk Solutions 4 Bridge City Legal
5 Grady Britton 5 Pittman & Brooks PC 5 Performance Health Technology




































THE LIST

The top 50 large companies to work for in Oregon

The top 50 small companies to work for in Oregon

THE INDEX

Alphabetical index

Category winners (Top 10s)

Methodology



WINNING PROFILES

No. 1 large: U.S. Cellular leads the pack — again...

No. 1 small: River City Travel, freedom isn't just a concept...

No. 6 large: Evanta gives employees "everything"...

No. 2 small: Columbia Printing nurtures a growing family...

No. 7 large: Walsh builds success on shared values...

No. 10 small: Quango, a place for hard work — ­­and naps...



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