In the Puget Sound Business Journal’s annual review, three CleanTech Alliance members were among the 95 Best Workplaces of 2020.
To quantify the best workplaces, the Business Journal partners with Quantum Workplace and surveys thousands of employees throughout the state and takes into account perks such as flexible work-from-home policies, personal and professional development stipends, free parking, emergency childcare and dog-friendly offices.
Perks like these illustrate a company’s commitment to foster a healthy office culture and enable employees to come to work happy and ready to get the job done – which ultimately improves the bottom line. The Business Journal’s annual countdown of the state’s top workplaces helps recognize companies whose employees have great things to say.
The CleanTech Alliance would like to congratulate Alliant Insurance Services, Brown & Brown of Washington, and Parker, Smith and Feek, Inc. for their achievement and we’re proud to have them as members.
To read the full list of Washington’s 95 Best Workplaces of 2020, click here.