Kirkland-based Allyis honored as best company to work for
July 28, 2010 · 5:47 PM
Kirkland-based technology consulting and professional staffing firm Allyis, Inc. was honored as the best company to work for in the mid-size category of Seattle Business magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For awards. The award was presented June 17 at a banquet honoring the company’s accomplishments in workplace excellence, corporate culture and leadership.
“Allyis’ inclusion as a Best Company to Work For is evidence of the company’s commitment to develop its human resources through improved communications, a cohesive culture and strong leadership, values that are core to developing a successful enterprise,” says Leslie Helm, editor of Seattle Business magazine.
The 100 Best Companies to Work For award recognizes Washington state companies that are setting standards for leadership, benefits, work environment, innovative training programs and employee satisfaction, and are positively impacting the state of Washington through their employees.
“Allyis strives to provide the highest quality, innovative benefits possible for our employees and works diligently to maintain a meaningful and positive culture,” said Mark Borys, director of human resources at Allyis. “We find that by putting our employees first, we create a culture where trust, innovation and collaboration thrive.”
Allyis was selected from more than 400 nominated companies. The July issue of Seattle Business features the rankings in four categories; large, medium, small and non-profit/government.
“We’re well aware that our employees trade a lot of their waking hours to share their time and talents with us daily, so we’ve always felt it was vitally important to properly honor and recognize everything they do to make Allyis who we are as a company and to provide the service they do to our clients, all the more so during these challenging economic times,” said Richard Law, CEO and co-founder of Allyis.
Over 10,000 employees of Washington companies participated in the survey to determine award winners. Ipsos Research tabulated all surveys and supplied analysis. All results were reviewed by an independent team of judges who determined final rankings. A list of winners can be viewed at www.seattlebusinessmag.com.