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Archives - March 2009
Sunday, March 01, 2009




NUMBER 3:

SMALL COMPANIES
Companies with fewer than 50 employees worldwide
2009 2008 Company
Industry
City
Website
Benefits and Compensation
Work Environment
Decision Making and Trust
Performance Management
Career Dev and Learning
Employer Benefits Survey
TOTAL
3 22 Quango Portland 96.7 93.7 95.1 92.7 95.1 62.5 535.80
Design and marketing quangoinc.com

No. 3 Large Company:Quango
Sure, this Portland-based design and marketing firm offers 100% paid health benefits to employees. But maybe even more important to your typical techie and gamer, Quango employees get access to the latest video games. If video games aren't enough to loosen up employees at the end of the day, it's nothing a good old-fashioned massage can't fix. Relaxation is essential to the creative process so the company, which has been on the 100 Best list for three years in a row, brings in a massage therapist every other week for all 18 employees. "We get free video games, XBox Live memberships, season snowboarding passes and free beer," says one worker. Who could ask for

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