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

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Articles - March 2011
Tuesday, March 01, 2011
LARGE COMPANIES — 100 OR MORE OREGON EMPLOYEES
RANK '11 '10 COMPANY CITY / HEADQUARTERS OREGON SENIOR EXECUTIVE / TITLE EMPLOYEES OR/TOTAL DESCRIPTION SCORE EMPLOYEE/ EMPLOYER TOTAL SCORE
3 NR Carr Auto Group Beaverton Keeley Weber-Jones
HR Director
240
280
Automotive dealership 435.7
74.5
510.23

No. 3 Large CompanY: Carr Auto Group

The Carr Auto group has made it into the Top Ten six out of the past eight years. The company’s perks include excellent health insurance, flexible time off and telecommuting options, as well as generous giving programs. “This is a family-run business and they treat all of the employees like they are family,” says one employee.

 

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