The Best Small Companies to Work For
15-49 full-time Washington employees
Revolution Custom/Civil Builders
Revolution provides weekly catered lunches and gives team members a half-day off before paid holidays. It hosts an ugly sweater Christmas party, and pays for an annual vacation to Chelan.
Managing Member: Jc Clementz
Davidson & Associates Insurance, Inc.
Davidson offers a flexible work-from-home model that allows everyone to spend most of their time working remotely. Sponsorship of community events includes a women’s golf tournament, galas with the local food bank, and a bowling fundraiser for a children’s hospital.
President: Anthony Johnson
Total Merchant Concepts
This company features an in-office trampoline. The company says it strives to create a culture of personal ownership that takes care of its clients and employees.
President: Cheri Perry
Health Care Insurance
An in-office ping-pong table, an annual “boat day,” and team dinners are just a few of the perks at this company. The entire team comes together on “Fika” Friday for an hour to talk about anything. “Titles are left at the door,” the company says.
Co-CEO: Linda Chung
Strong Tower LLC
Strong is a 100% carbon-neutral firm. The company practices “minute-by-minute” philanthropy, a new approach to workplace giving, where it makes a charitable contribution of $1 for every billable hour. Staffers meet on a pontoon boat every Tuesday.
Partner: Lorna Croswell
Highland Private Wealth Management
The company has a putting green in its office, and frequently holds fun competitions, including pickle-ball, March Madness, and fantasy sports. It also offers training centered around personal and professional development that transcends daily work.
CEO: John Christianson
Schlemlein, Fick & Franklin, PLLC
The kitchen area off ers numerous types of cereal, fruit, snacks, and beverages. For after hours, the company has two wine coolers and two Kegerators. The office has a full gym with a big-screen TV.
Managing Partner: Garth Schlemlein
CFO Selections LLC
Pets are allowed at work and employees are treated to two fine-dining dinners annually. This is the 10th year CFO Selections has appeared on this list.
Managing Partner: Kevin Briscoe
This boutique recruiting and staffing firm plays ’90s rock music on Mondays and country music on Thursdays. Friendly but competitive ping-pong and darts games are frequent.
Managing Partner: Dan Staggs
Equipment Experts Inc.
In addition to Friday lunches cooked by owner Stacy Conner, the company holds quarterly bowling parties and other events. Employees can win up to six additional paid holidays during the annual holiday games event.
President: Stacy Conner
Northwest Asset Management/Ria Innovations
Workers are treated to resort retreats and a dinner cruise, as well as regular happy hours and multiple half-days off. They also participate in regular happy hours and virtual escape rooms.
CEO: Nelly Mubashi
CloudMoyo offers four floating vacation days during the July 4 holiday and two in December when employees can recharge. It also organizes wellness challenges throughout the year, including a popular walkathon.
Cofounder and CEO: Manish Kedia
Themed “meet and eat” events are held bi-monthly. Company-sponsored happy hours and organized ping-pong tournaments are also part of the fun.
Vice President: Larry Swartz
Online Data Services
Whitepages holds monthly drawings for $50 gift cards in its peer-to-peer recognition program, and offers “pop-in, pop-out” lunches where the company pays for lunch delivery. The company refers to itself as a “small but mighty” organization.
CEO: Leigh Mcmillan
Pacific Capital Resource Group, Inc.
One employee says Pacific “cares about my personal and professional development.” The company also features a professional development day and winner’s event to recognize high-performing employees.
CEO: Kurt D. Jonson
Business Development Resources
The company offers a wellness stipend for any health-related items such as gym memberships, fitness equipment, and hobby supplies. It also recognizes a “social media star of the month.”
Founder and CEO: Bruce Wiseman
Employees add their summer playlists to the company Spotify web player, and also participate in a bi-weekly trivia contest. The company even encourages the use of emojis during certain company meetings.
Cofounder and CEO: Dan Giuliani
Gentle Giant Moving Company
Moving And Storage
Gentle Giant, founded in 1980, provides on-site gyms with new equipment and monthly meditation sessions during work hours. It also pays the fee for any employee who wishes to run in the Boston Marathon.
Seattle Regional Manager: Craig Bush
Treasury4’s office space includes a shuffleboard table, ping-pong table, and gym facilities. The software development team holds a trivia competition every Friday, and games and events include a popular shuffleboard tourney.
President and CEO: Steve Helmbrecht
Carlisle Classic Homes LLC
Employees praise the company for its constant positive feedback and willingness to change based on worker suggestions. “We have strong, positive leaders willing to take risks,” one says.
President: Robert Carlisle
Parcion Private Wealth
Midday walks, outside lunches, and a variety of events help relieve stress at Parcion. The company also gives sabbaticals and provides flexible, work-from-home options.
CEO: Terry Cook
Total Benefit Solutions
Monthly online “Culture Club” meetings include interactive games and activities. Team members who participate in exercise and step challenges earn prizes and company gear.
Cofounder: John Henry
Bath Fitter Inland Northwest
Employees recharge with a game of ping-pong in the back of the office, and can also bring their dogs to work. An annual company cruise every summer features an open bar for employees and a guest.
Owner and CEO: Andrew Starnino
Employees get “responsible time off,” also known as unlimited time off, and attend industry events around the country to learn and grow. In-office Nerf gun battles are common.
CEO: Alexander Stanton
Employees are rewarded with a week at Lake Chelan if they hit company goals. “We believe in creating a fun and inclusive environment for our employees,” the company says.
Founder and CEO: Brian Haner
Pot O’ Gold Coffee Service
Pot O’ Gold provides free food and beverages for team members, hosts Friday lunches, and allows pets at work. It has what it calls a casual dress code.
President and CEO: Larry Jones
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