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The 2011 List: Top 33 Small Companies to Work For in Oregon

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Tuesday, March 01, 2011
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The 2011 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 to 34 OREGON EMPLOYEES
RANK '11 '10 COMPANY CITY / HEADQUARTERS OREGON SENIOR EXECUTIVE / TITLE EMPLOYEES OR/TOTAL DESCRIPTION SCORE EMPLOYEE/ EMPLOYER TOTAL SCORE
1 1 Pittman & Brooks PC Portland Randa K. Brooks
Managing Partner
19
20
Accounting, tax, estate planning and business services 466.5
71.7
538.2

No. 1 Small Company: Pittman & Brooks PC

Sixty-hour work weeks during tax season would be a hard time for anyone to find a positive thing to say about the work environment. But it’s during those grueling weeks when the company shines the most. The company provides catered meals to ensure the accountants working those late nights aren’t dropping like flies come May. The “feeding troughs” of snacks that filled the halls have slowly been revamped to include healthier options.

 

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