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100 Reasons to go to work
March 2006

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The 100 Best provide a thousand answers, large and small. The competition to be the best keeps getting tougher. In this year’s 12th annual 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon survey, 260 private and public companies, nonprofits and government agencies participated along with 29,049 of their employees. That’s the largest number of companies and employee participants since the launch of the 100 Best list. How do companies get on the list?

 

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David Evans and Associates: Leading for a change
March 2006

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At David Evans and Associates flexibility is paramount, but so is planning for the future

 

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Presenting the 100 Best
March 2006

2006 100 Best Companies

What makes a winner? To find out, just look to Weston Dealerships and U.S.Cellular, the small and large companies that took the top spot in this year’s 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon. They got there by providing excellent benefits, a worker-oriented culture and myriad ways to learn and grow.

 

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The Weston way: the top small Best Company
March 2006

2006 100 Best Companies

It’s all in the family at Weston Dealerships, the no. 1 small company to work for in Oregon

 

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U.S. Cellular: the No. 1 large Best Company
March 2006

2006 100 Best Companies

The no. 1 large company to work for in Oregon, has an office culture built around frontline salespeople

 

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Downhill battle
February 2006

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Operating a family owned ski area isn't all fireside rums...Staying alive is, as much as anything, about keeping morale up in the face of constant uncertainty, from gods and men.

 

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Go figure: The meaning behind Oregon's unemployment
February 2006

Oregon’s unemployment rate — a persistent sore spot for politicians and business groups — was the nation’s highest or second-highest state rate for 43 consecutive months (April 2001 to October 2004).

 

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Hood River's Luhr Jensen & Sons decides to cut bait
February 2006

A story of the one that got away

 

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Leadership Reedsport-style
February 2006

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A tenacious tribe of volunteers plays a vital role in Reedsport’s success

 

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Ski industry: small hill, small profits?
February 2006

 

 

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Roundtable: The education fix
January 2006

It's going to take some new thinking to make Oregon's schools competitive. A roundtable of education leaders offers a cross section of solutions for the ailing education system.

 

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Tough medicine on rural Oregon
January 2006

s_Homepage_V2_r10_c3An aging population and Medicare cuts put the squeeze on rural doctors. Are small towns at risk of losing their clinics?

 

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