On July 1st, Baker Boyer was honored for once again appearing in Seattle Business magazine’s list of “Best Companies to Work For” in the state of Washington. This marks the 11th straight year that Baker Boyer has been recognized.
Seattle Business magazine honored its 100 Best Companies to Work For at an awards dinner on July 1, 2015, at the Washington State Convention Center. The winners, hailing from cities all across the state of Washington, were chosen based on extensive confidential surveys completed by employees.
“The overall satisfaction of our employees is and has been key to our past, present and future success in building Baker Boyer’s local legacy.” said Mark Kajita, president & Chief Investment Officer of Baker Boyer.
“The overall satisfaction of our employees is and has been key to our past, present and future success in building Baker Boyer’s local legacy.”
Megan Clubb, Chief Executive Officer, also commented “There are wonderful parts of Baker Boyer’s culture including teamwork, respect, and attentiveness to the needs of not only our clients but of our employees and I am so pleased to see this culture successfully transition with Mark [Kajita] as our leader.”
Seattle Business hosted more than 1,000 attendees at the gala. KIRO news anchor and “Voice of the Seahawks” Steve Raible was Master of Ceremonies. Guests were treated to surprise appearances by Blue Thunder and the Sea Gals and a private performance by Seattle folk-pop band Ivan & Alyosha.
Each of the 100 Best Companies to Work For was recognized at the event and awards were presented to 14 top-ranked companies. The program received generous support of sponsors AAOA Healthcare, WGU Washington, HomeStreet Bank and Mercer.
Michael Romoser, associate publisher of Seattle Business, said, “This was the largest attendance in the 26-year history of Best Companies to Work For. It reflects the continuing popularity of the program and the commitment of our finest companies to creating great workplaces.”
For a complete list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For 2014, visit seattlebusinessmag.com.