(SNOQUALMIE, WASH.) July 13, 2018 – Puget Sound Business Journal, a leading weekly business news publication in Seattle, recognized Snoqualmie Casino as one of Washington’s Best Workplaces in 2018.
Every year companies across Washington compete for the title of “Best Workplaces,” and only those that distinguish themselves as having the most innovative and thoughtful human resources approach are bestowed the honor. The publication selected 100 companies this year to represent their prestigious list, based on various employee benefit offerings, leadership culture and gratifying job engagement.
“Being selected as one of Washington’s Best Workplaces is a pinnacle achievement as we approach our 10th anniversary,” said Brian Decorah, president and CEO of Snoqualmie Casino. “Our goal is to provide our team with careers they are proud of; with outstanding pay, a supportive and fun work environment and great benefits.”
The extensive process to assess nominated companies includes surveying hundreds of nominee-company employees across the state, to identify what makes their company culture special. Key metrics are evaluated including Compensation; Benefits and Employee Solutions; Employee Enrichment, Engagement and Retention; Employee Education and Development; Employee Achievement and Recognition; Diversity and Inclusion; Work-life Balance; and Community Initiatives. Winners are pooled by the respective size of their workforces, with Snoqualmie Casino categorized with more than 250 full-time workers.
“We are thrilled to be recognized as one of Washington’s Best Workplaces, but what’s even more gratifying is that this recognition is a result of how our team members describe our company and work culture,” said Maria Boggs, Director of Human Resources at Snoqualmie Casino. “We are 100 percent committed to putting our team first, and knowing that they feel supported, appreciated and valued in their careers is truly rewarding and we look forward to continuing to provide a unique, positive and collaborative culture for our people.”