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

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

 

SMALL COMPANIES — 15-34 OREGON EMPLOYEES
RANK '12 '11 COMPANY CITY / HEADQUARTERS OREGON SENIOR EXECUTIVE / TITLE EMPLOYEES OR/TOTAL DESCRIPTION SCORE EMPLOYEE/ EMPLOYER TOTAL SCORE
2 6 Boly:Welch Recruiting & Consulting Portland Diane Boly and Pat Welch
Partners
24
24
Recruiting and consulting 460.0
76.2
536.21

No. 2 Small Company: Boly:Welch Recruiting & Consulting

Forget about the casual Fridays, the sponsored Hood to Coast relay team, the company tab at the nearby Baskin Robbins shop, and the on-site napping lounge. Those may all be great perks, but what employees seem to really appreciate about this Portland’s Boly:Welch is its family-friendly atmosphere, its flexible schedules, and its attention to work-life balance. “The balance of work and life is supported and helps us all to work at our most effective and efficient levels,” says one employee.

 

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Sherrie Frank, Vice President, Wings Seminars
0 #1 Congratulations Steve Smith and Tec Laboratories!Sherrie Frank, Vice President, Wings Seminars 2012-03-02 10:01:43
I am not surprised to see Tec Labs once again in your top 100. Steve Smith and the employees truly deserve recognition for the dynamic workplace they've created and the extraordinary results they've achieved.

Congratulations Steve and all the gang at Tech Labs, and you too OB for getting it right again!
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Damian
+1 #2 Archetype IncDamian 2012-03-09 15:40:31
Im really proud of the company that won the #33 place, Archetype Inc. I worked for them before and learned so much by being with them. Will there be a video featuring them? I'd love to post one on my facebook wall!!
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