2013 100 Best methodology, category winners and alpha list

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Thursday, February 28, 2013

 

CATEGORY WINNERS
LARGE MEDIUM SMALL
WORK ENVIRONMENT 1. U.S. Cellular 95.2
2. Pacific Residential Mortgage LLC 94.5
3.Digimarc Corporation 93.5
1. Slalom Consulting 96.8
2. Adroit Construction (tie) 96.7
2. Logical Position (tie) 96.7
1. Barran Liebman LLP 98.8
2. Jackson County Physical Therapy 98.7
3.McKenzie Commercial Contractors 98.6
MANAGEMENT & COMMUNICATIONS 1. U.S. Cellular 90.7
2. Pacific Residential Mortgage LLC 89.9
3.Pacific Landscape Management 89.5
1. Slalom Consulting (tie) 96.5 1 Logical Position (tie) 96.5
3.Adroit Construction 91.8
1. Finity Group LLC 97.8
2. Quango 96.7
3.Rose City Mortgage 96.0
DECISION-MAKING & TRUST 1. Pacific Residential Mortgage LLC 93.2
2. Capitol Auto Group 93.0
3.U.S. Cellular 92.8
1. Slalom Consulting 97.9
2. Adroit Construction 97.5
3.Delap LLP 96.7
1. Boly:Welch Consulting | Recruiting 98.5
2. McKenzie Commercial Contractors 98.3
3.Point B 98.2
CAREER DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING 1. U.S. Cellular 93.2
2. Capitol Auto Group 91.1
3.Pacific Residential Mortgage LLC 91.0
1. Delap LLP 96.1
2. Slalom Consulting 95.6
3.Logical Position 94.6
1. Finity Group LLC 99.3
2. Jackson County Physical Therapy 95.6
3.The Hershey Co., Dagoba Plant 95.0
BENEFITS & COMPENSATION 1. U.S. Cellular 95.5
2. Oregon Research Institute 90.0
3.Olsson Industrial Electric 88.8
1. Ruby Receptionists 94.6
2. Delap LLP 93.3
3.Pacific Crest Federal Credit Union / Walsh Construction Co.(tie) 92.2
1. Redmond Dental Group 98.2
2. McKenzie Commercial Contractors 97.1
3.The Hershey Co., Dagoba Plant 94.3
EMPLOYER SURVEY SCORE 1. KPMG LLP 79.4
2. Lane Powell PC 78.3
3.Perkins Coie LLP 76.3
1. Emerick Construction Co. 79.2
2. Edelman 75.0
3.Sussman Shank LLP 73.7
1. McDonald Jacobs PC 73.0
2. Barran Liebman LLP 71.5 3 Hitachi Consulting 70.8

 



 

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