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Allyis recognized again as a ‘Best Company to Work For’ by Seattle Business Magazine

Kirkland-based Allyis, a technology consulting firm, was recognized for the second year as a "Best Company to Work For" in Washington State by Seattle Business Magazine.

Winning companies were recognized for setting the standards for leadership, benefits, work environment, innovative training programs, happiest employees and more.

“For companies making the list this year, it was a particularly noteworthy accomplishment, given that the 2011 competition had by far the largest number of entrants in its 21-year history,” said Michael Romoser, associate publisher of Seattle Business.

Close to 25,000 employees of nominated companies filled out surveys administered by Seattle-based Gilmore Research. From the calculated research, a distinguished panel of judges chose the top companies.

"Of all the things Allyis is known for, we work hard to always be known as being a great place to work,” said Richard Law, chief executive officer of Allyis. “We know that it’s our employees and their commitment to their jobs, to our customers and to one another that make Allyis a satisfying place to work, and that ensures our customers’ projects are in good hands.”

“The companies on our ‘100 Best Companies To Work For’ list have created better workplaces by addressing such issues as communications, leadership and culture,” said Leslie Helm, editor of Seattle Business. “As the economy recovers and competition for talent intensifies, these companies will have an edge.”

A full list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For 2011 can be seen at www.seattlebusinessmag.com.

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