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Yesler Named One of Washington’s 100 Best Places to Work For in 2018

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The Fifth Time Yesler Has Made the List Highlights the Company’s Commitment to Employee Experience and Growth.

Yesler, an integrated B2B marketing agency, has been named one of Washington’s 100 Best Places to Work For in 2018. It marks the second consecutive year and the fifth time overall that Yesler has made Seattle Business Magazine’s list.

The Washington Best Companies ranking is determined by anonymous employee participation and feedback. Questions span 10 categories of workplace experience, from culture and rewards to executive leadership and corporate responsibility. The results are weighted by level of participation so that companies named to the list received both high employee participation as well as high scores across categories.

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This year, a record number of companies large and small from all over the state entered and participated in Washington’s 29th annual search for the 100 Best Companies to Work For program. Over 77,000 Washington state employees participated.

According to Seattle Business Magazine, most companies that go through the survey process never make the 100 Best list—nor do they stay on it for multiple years.

David Jones
David Jones

“For a company that grows as much and as fast as we do, change is pretty much constant. That’s why it’s so thrilling to see our name on this list again: It reminds us that listening to our employees can take us wherever we want to go,” said David Jones, President of Yesler.

Yesler is an award-winning B2B marketing agency that blends strategy, creativity, and technology to build demand, engage customers, and grow revenue for some of the world’s largest companies, including Microsoft, Google, Amazon, and SAP. Yesler employs more than 200 people from offices in Portland, Philadelphia, Toronto, Singapore, London and its headquarters in Seattle, Washington.

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