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

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The 2012 list: top 33 large companies to work for in Oregon
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No. 2 Large Company
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No. 4-33 Large Companies

The large size category of Oregon Business magazine's 100 Best Companies to Work For list is comprised of the top 33 highest-scoring companies with 100 or more Oregon employees. Winning companies this year ranged from Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants to U.S. Cellular to Oregon Community Credit Union. The list contains quality information on the 100 Best Companies in Oregon, answering questions such as:

  • How do the benefits and compensation at Wieden+Kennedy compare to the benefits and compensation at Waggener Edstrom Worldwide?
  • Where did PacificSource Health Plans rank for its work environment?
  • How did Rosendin Electric rank when it comes to on-the-job training and educational support?

 

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