Guidant Financial Named One of Washington’s Best Companies to Work For

Seattle Business magazine honored its 100 Best Companies to Work for in Washington last week, and we’re proud to announce that Guidant Financial placed No. 29 on its list of mid-sized businesses! We’re in good company, alongside well-known businesses including Zillow, Whitepages, Ivy Softworks, CardTapp, GoDaddy and others.

See the full list of Washington’s Best Companies to Work For here. Guidant’s mention is on page 4.

Rankings were based on confidential employee surveys that gathered information about work culture, responsibility and decision making, communication and more. Guidant ranked the highest in executive leadership, meaning our employees feel they have regular access to our leadership team and can communicate freely with them.

Company culture has always been important at Guidant. As a business that supports entrepreneurs, we believe our team should feel as empowered as the entrepreneurs they’re helping. We value traits and events that foster growth and strong relationships (including our beloved Guidant Olympics), and we’re very excited to be included in such a prestigious list.

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