Who wouldn’t want to work for the best of the best, the top of the heap, the cream of the crop? (Ok, you get the idea.) That’s why we do the research and list the 100 Best Companies to Work For in Washington.

Posted: Jun, 28 2017
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The company's “we’re all in this together" attitude earns it a spot on the list of WA's 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2017.

Restaurateur Rich Komen began his extraordinary career in 1961 by securing the sports concessions contract at the University of Washington. In the ensuing 56 years, Komen opened more than 40 restaurants, founded and sold Restaurants Unlimited (think Cutters, Palomino, Palisade) and, with his crack executive team, created Cinnabon.

Posted: Jun, 27 2017
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Why the Seattle building and remodeling company ranked high on the list of 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2017.

Data is king. (Or is it data are king? Darn those Latin-derived plural nouns.) Data will cure disease, make us safer, win elections, run businesses and government more efficiently and effectively, and simultaneously allow us to sell more stuff to more people who are making smarter, more informed decisions about what they’re buying.

Posted: Jun, 26 2017
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“This office is the Space Needle amongst the rest of the Consulting companies in Seattle” summarized one employee who helped AIM make the list of WA's 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2017.

When you climb the hill at Bothell’s Cascade Business Park to the world headquarters of Seattle Genetics, the cluster of beige buildings doesn’t scream edgy science. But in the lobby of Building Three, you’ll see a green triangular sculpture that might win the company some geek cred. The sculpture, seemingly made of Lego bricks, is a simplified model of a human antibody. 

Posted: Jun, 26 2017
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There are many benefits to workplace wellness programs, ranging from improved employee health, to controlled healthcare costs, to easier recruitment and retention of employees.