One of the strongest attributes of the firm is our culture of collaboration. We seek out talented people who enjoy the kind of ideation and problem solving that feels more like a team sport than a solo enterprise. We kindle an atmosphere of respect, engagement and risk-taking because we understand that the health of our internal human resource eco-system defines the quality and character of our company.
As an example of our community spirit, Wood Harbinger placed in the mid-sized company category for Seattle Business Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” competition for the second year in a row.
Seattle Business Magazine was astounded by how well the company did its first year in the competition and admired our ability to stay on the list for a second year when so many other companies fell off. They stated that Wood Harbinger’s own employees had the biggest impact on the company being named one of the best companies to work for in the state of Washington.