DocuSign: Top Ten of Washington's 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2010
DocuSign Selected by Seattle Business Monthly in its Annual List of the State's Top Workplaces
We're excited to share that Seattle Business Monthly Magazine has named DocuSign one of the 2010 Washington's 100 Best Companies to Work For. DocuSign ranked 10th by Seattle Business Monthly in the small company category and received the award at a special ceremony held in Seattle on the evening of June 17. DocuSign will be featured in a special edition of the July magazine and on the publication's website as well. Leslie Helm, editor of Seattle Business magazine, provides thoughts on DocuSign's inclusion on this list:
DocuSign's 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.
According to Seattle Business, this year separated the true best companies from the pretenders. An economic contraction the country has not seen since the great Depression put pressure on all aspects of business. Layoffs, pay freezes and cuts have been the norm during these turbulent economic times. The best companies realized that an investment in human capital has the greatest positive effect on the bottom line.
Washington's 100 Best Companies to Work For honors Washington-based companies that are setting the standard for leadership by offering strong benefits, a collaborative work environment, innovative training programs, employee satisfaction and more. Every company in Seattle Business Best Companies list demonstrated leadership and a commitment to create a positive growth environment for employees. Rankings were based on a three-step judging process, which included a formal nomination phase, an independent analysis by a research firm that compiled and analyzed data from an employee survey, and, finally, selection of the winners by a panel of distinguished judges. Honorees in 2010 were selected within nonprofit, small, medium and large size company categories.
Steve King, president and CEO of DocuSign, shares his thoughts on DocuSign's recognition by Seattle Business Monthly as a Top Ten Company of Washington's 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2010:
At DocuSign, our collective enthusiasm, commitment to customers and passion to succeed are an important part of what drives the hyper-growth of our business. DocuSign employees are the fabric of our business, creating solutions that are changing the way companies conduct business every day. We are honored to be recognized by the Washington business community, as this award demonstrates our dedication to creating a creative and collaborative work environment and reflects the exceptional employee talent at DocuSign.