Private Ocean is proud to be chosen as a top 100 Best Place to Work in Washington state by Puget Sound Business Journal. Read the full announcement on PSBJ.com. The Business Journal’s annual countdown of the state’s top workplaces helps recognize companies whose attention to work culture and growth were most appreciated by its employees.
To quantify the best workplaces, the Business Journal partners with Quantum Workplace and surveys thousands of employees throughout the state. The survey results were scored by Quantum to create the finalists.
“Culture is the cornerstone of our firm’s success,” said Greg Friedman, CEO of Private Ocean. “Our business is to serve others and to provide an inclusive environment for people to thrive, whether that’s as a team member, a client or a partner. We have always made our culture a priority, and we recognize that as it evolves quickly we must adapt to meet the needs of our people. We are proud and honored to be recognized by Puget Sound Business Journal for our commitment to providing a supportive and rewarding place to work.”
The final rankings of these workplaces will be revealed at the Washington’s Best Workplaces special section to be published in the Aug. 27 print edition of the Puget Sound Business Journal.
To learn more about the Top 100 Best Places to Work, please go to bizjournals.com/seattle.
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