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The 2012 list: top 33 large companies to work for in Oregon

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Friday, March 02, 2012
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The 2012 list: top 33 large companies to work for in Oregon
No. 1 Large Company
No. 2 Large Company
No. 3 Large Company
No. 4-33 Large Companies

LARGE COMPANIES — 100 OR MORE OREGON EMPLOYEES
RANK '12 '11 COMPANY CITY / HEADQUARTERS OREGON SENIOR EXECUTIVE / TITLE EMPLOYEES OR/TOTAL DESCRIPTION SCORE EMPLOYEE/ EMPLOYER TOTAL SCORE
2 NR Walsh Construction Co. Portland Mike Steffen
GM
106
176
General contractor 451.6
76.7
528.27

No. 2 Large Company: Walsh Construction Co.

This Portland construction firm may offer free yoga, a quarterly happy hour party, and annual rafting trips, golf outings and trap shoots, but to many employees, the biggest benefit of working here is the family-like atmosphere. “I’m proud to work here,” says one employee. “I think that they treat their employees like family. We also have a lot of fun, and I consider my co-workers an extension of my family.”

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