Maul Foster & Alongi Named One of Oregon’s Top Workplaces by The Oregonian

Author: Ted Wall, PE Published: September 30, 2013

Oregon Live - Top Work Places 2013Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. (MFA) was named as one of Oregon’s Top Workplaces for 2013. The company was placed in the ninth position in the ranking of top 50 small companies (with 150 employees or fewer). The Oregonian teamed with WorkplaceDynamics LLP, a consulting and data-gathering firm, to identify workplaces with the happiest employees in Oregon and southwest Washington. The award is based solely on employee feedback. Over 43,500 employees from 138 companies took part in the 22-question survey with questions about subjects such as companies’ pay, benefits, corporate leadership, and working conditions. After carefully examining the findings and running a series of statistical tests to check for any questionable results, WorkplaceDynamics selected the top ten large workplaces, top 15 medium, and top 50 small.

In response to the ranking, President of MFA Jim Maul said, ‘It is a great honor to be selected as one of the best places to work because it is Maul Foster & Alongi’s employees making the call. This isn’t something you can dictate from on high. It’s a fantastic outcome and something everyone at MFA has a part in and can be proud of.’

For more information on Oregon’s Top Workplaces, visit http://www.oregonlive.com/topworkplaces

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