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Moneytree 2011 Best Company to Work for

Moneytree was recognized as one of the 2011 Best Companies to Work For in Washington State. In 2010, Moneytree was inducted into the Seattle Business Magazine’s “Hall of Fame” after having placed first in the Large Company category for three consecutive years. Moneytree has been a finalist nine of the last ten years.

Seattle Business Magazine chooses 100 finalists in their annual search for Washington's Best Companies to Work For. More than 20,000 employees from nominated companies complete anonymous surveys that are compiled and sent to independent judges who determined finalists and top companies. A portion of the final score is based directly on employee surveys; the balance of the score is based on the judges’ evaluation of the employees’ scores and comments. Top companies are profiled each year in the Seattle Business Magazine and honored at the "100 Best Companies" event.

Moneytree Wins First Place in 2013 Best Companies to Work For in Colorado Contest

Moneytree won first place in the 2013 Best Companies to Work For in Colorado awards contest. This was the fifth year that Moneytree has been included in the list of the Best Companies to Work For in Colorado. The August edition of ColoradoBiz Magazine highlighted the finalists and winners.

The program is modeled after Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work for in America,” and other statewide Best Companies to Work programs. The Colorado Best Companies program is a collaborative effort among many partners, which include the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Colorado State Council, as well as six local SHRM chapters, Jobing.com, ColoradoBiz Magazine and the Best Companies Group.

Moneytree Recognized in Best Places to Work in Idaho Contest

Moneytree won fifth place in the 2013 Best Places to Work in Idaho contest. It was the fourth consecutive year that Moneytree was named a finalist in the large company category. The contest showcases Idaho companies that show a dedication to their employees' growth and quality of life.

Team Members completed anonymous surveys designed to measure five core categories including compensation and benefits, work environment, company management, growth and development and work life balance. The individual surveys were compiled and reviewed by independent judges that determined finalists and top companies.

Greater Reno-Tahoe Best Places to Work Contest

Moneytree was a finalist in the 2013 Reno Best Places to Work contest. It was the fourth consecutive year Moneytree was named a finalist in the annual contest that recognizes the best employers in the region.

More than 130 companies were nominated for the award.

Moneytree is NWJobs.com People’s Pick Finalist

Moneytree wins NWJobs.com People's Picks 2009

Moneytree won the 2007 and 2008 “Best Family Owned” Business in the NWJobs.com People’s Pick contest. In 2009, Team Members voted Moneytree as the company with the “Best Benefits” and 2010 was a finalist in two categories in the NWJobs.com People’s Pick 2010 Contest!

The NWjobs.com People’s Picks contest showcased favorite local employers in categories from best benefits to coolest office space. Winners and finalists are listed as top picks on NWjobs.com for an entire year.

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Moneytree Voted One of San Diego's Healthiest Employers

In 2013, for the fourth consecutive year, Moneytree was named a finalist in the San Diego’s Healthiest Employers Awards program. This contest recognizes local employers that have developed strong workplace wellness programs and made wellness a priority for their employees.

Moneytree Named One of San Diego's Best Places to Work

San Diego's Best Places to Work Awards

In 2013, Moneytree was named a finalist in San Diego’s Best Places to Work contest for the fifth time.

To compile the Best Companies to Work For list, the San Diego Business Journal anonymously surveyed employees on such criteria as effective communication, training, responsibility and decision making, performance standards, rewards and recognition, pay and benefits, leadership, work environment, hiring and retention, and corporate culture.

Moneytree a Finalist in Las Vegas Best Places to Work Contest

Moneytree was a finalist in the 2012 Southern Nevada Human Resources Association "Best Places to Work" contest. The "Best Places to Work" awards program recognizes top Southern Nevada employers for innovative human resource practices and programs. It marked the sixth time Moneytree was recognized as a finalist.

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