The Best Medium Companies to Work For

50-149 full-time Washington employees


The Partners Group


Employees receive eight hours of paid volunteer time each quarter, and the company matches an annual charitable contribution to an organization of each employee’s choice. All employees also participate in an all-company volunteer day with local nonprofits including food banks, pet rescue organizations, school sports teams, and outdoor organizations.

Market President and Executive Vice President (Renton): Craig Pankow


Hayden Homes


Hayden matches employee contributions to nonprofit First Story, which provides affordable homeownership opportunities to those in need, and also allows eligible employees to purchase a Hayden Home at a $45,000 discount every 18 months.

President (Walla Walla): Dennis Murphy


Birch Equipment Rental & Sales


Workers are given a Rolex and huge party to celebrate 20-year anniversaries. All employees and their families have access to all-inclusive box seats at Kraken, Mariners, Seahawks, and Sounders games.

Owner and CEO: Sarah Rothenbuhler


Brighton Jones

Financial services

The company has access to its own speakeasy, known as “The Mezz,” where it hosts functions for employees, families, and clients. A $500 well-being stipend can be used for continuing education or individual health.

CEO: Jon Jones


Teleion, LLC


Company employees commit to four agreements: balance; achievement; respect; and leadership. Once a month, Teleion dedicates time to introduce and practice mindfulness strategies, including yoga, breathing exercises, and even doodling.

Managing Partner: Derek Wang


People Connect Inc.- Classmates


This company holds numerous team-building activities and company outings, provides quarterly mental health days, has a hybrid work environment, and stocks its kitchen with free food and drinks.

President: Sarah Howe


Amplify Consulting Partners


Workers enjoy virtual morning meditations and virtual trivia social hours at this consulting company. The Amplify You Benefit provides employees $1,000 a year to use on personal interests.

Partner: Dave Cour


Logic 20/20


Virtual company “bonding” events include escape rooms to “mocktail” mixing. The company says it has a “unique” in-office experience that features interactive events to promote team bonding and collaboration.

CEO: Christian O’Meara




Any employee can create a Slack channel or recurring meeting for shared hobbies. Examples include “Musical Mondays,” and“Crossword Puzzle Fridays.” The pet-friendly office even features a Slack channel called #puppiesandpets.

CEO: Mark Liffmann


Hanson Consulting Group


This Certified Women’s Business Enterprise has a ping-pong table to relieve stress during the workday, and employees are rewarded with tickets to Seahawks and Kraken games.

CEO: Amy Hanson


Schilling Cider

Food & Beverage

Each year, Schilling anonymously benchmarks company culture with the Denison Culture Survey to ensure each employee can voice ideas and concerns. The company has an unlimited professional development budget.

Cofounder and CEO: Colin Schilling


Gaspar’s Construction


Unlimited healthy snacks and beverages ensure that workers never go hungry. Quarterly team-building gatherings include breakfast and/or lunch as well as training to create better communication and camaraderie.

President and CEO: Sarah Henry


Pivotal Commware


Pivotal holds ping-pong tournaments, allows pets at work, and hosts a Halloween costume contest. It also gives employees a monthly fitness reimbursement. The company strives for a “casual and friendly” work environment.

President: Brian Deutsch


Cook Solutions Group


Off site activities including bowling and sporting events. The company holds quarterly wellness activities and contests, and employees are given two paid days off to volunteer.

CEO: Brian Cook


AIM Consulting


Desk yoga, walking challenges, and other in-house competitions are commonplace at this company, which was named “2023 Best of Bellevue.” Winners of the yearly sales competition are rewarded with an all-expenses paid tropical vacation.

President: Mike Mallahan


Armanino LLP


In addition to office parties and events, practice leaders have the authority to announce what the company calls “Recharge Days,” in which employees receive the day off . Successes are celebrated in a spot award peer-to-peer recognition program.

Partner (Bellevue): Doug Sirotta


Prime 8 Consulting


Prime’s Innov8 Innovation awards come with a $2,500 prize. The company offers flexible work options, virtual gatherings and training opportunities, and personalized, handwritten celebration cards.

CEO: Nicolette Sharp


Sustainable Interiors


Sustainable pays 75% of employee benefits and off ers a robust 401(k) program. It holds team lunches, offers flexible schedules, and hands out Christmas bonuses. It often treats employees to Tacoma Rainiers baseball games.

President: Ken Peth


DCG/Watershed, Inc.


This environmental consulting firm is the result of a merger between Davido Consulting Group and The Watershed Co. The merger took effect April 1.

President: Erik Davido

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