Seattle Business Magazine uses thousands of in-depth employee questionnaires and a distinguished panel of judges to form its results and rankings. The criteria include leadership, communications, training, company culture, and benefits, and the rankings are divided into large, medium, small, and nonprofit companies.
“Every day I am amazed by the great team we have here. To have our company recognized this way is an honor, but the real reward is that I get to work with such remarkable people.” – David Jones, COO and Co-Owner
Projectline provides employees with financial support for professional development, myriad opportunities to play and socialize, an intense focus for quality of work, ways to give back to the community, and a leadership mentoring program. But those benefits aren’t what give Projectline its reputation as a highly desired work place—the people who work at Projectline are the main attractor. Employees are also the engine that drives most of the company programs, including the newest offering of international volunteer grants.
“To me, the great people are what make Projectline the best company I’ve ever worked for. I am thankful every day for the incredibly smart, witty, and fun group that I get to spend my time with.” – Malone Eldridge, Marketing Consultant
Projectline is no stranger to awards. In 2011, the company was named one of Washington’s Best Workplaces by the Puget Sound Business Journal. Projectline was also named one of the nation’s top workplaces in Inc. Magazine and Winning Workplaces.
Seattle Business Magazine is a major publication in the Pacific Northwest that identifies and shares key industry developments.