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The 2015 100 Best Companies survey opens August 18 and runs through November. Companies must sign up initially and will then receive survey instructions. There is no cost to participate or be listed in the magazine.
If you represent a for-profit private or public company or division with at least 15 regular full- or part-time Oregon employees (including owners/executives)
The 22-year-old survey is used to determine the 100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon highlighted in the March issue of Oregon Business, as well as the 100 Best Green Companies to Work For in Oregon, highlighted in the June issue.
For 2014's 100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon, more than 11,000 employees and 248 companies took part in our survey. Companies are ranked in three groups according to size: companies with 15-34 Oregon employees are small; those with 35-99 are medium; and those with 100 or more Oregon employees are large. The top 33 small and large and top 34 medium comprise 2014's 100 best Companies to Work For in Oregon.
There is no cost to participate and companies may be headquartered anywhere. Survey reports will be available to all qualifying participants so, whether or not their company makes the list, seize this chance to obtain valuable employee feedback and compare your workplace practices to companies throughout the state. Company and employee participation will be kept private and anonymous.
SCHEDULE FOR 2015 LIST
Sign-up period: August 18 through November 7.
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