For the fourth year in a row, The Washington Post named Bates White Economic Consulting a Top Workplace for mid-size companies in Washington, DC. “We remain proud to be recognized as one of the top workplaces in DC,” said Managing Partner Charlie Mullin. “This award is an honor our employees grant the firm, and I consider myself privileged to be a part of it.”
The ranking was based on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey administered by research partner Energage that gives employees a chance to rate their workplace. More than 57,184 employees from 341 organizations in the DC area responded to the annual survey, which measured workplace culture, including alignment (company direction, values, and internal cooperation), execution, and whether employees feel appreciated and have meaningful work. When completing the surveys, Bates White employees noted the firm’s collegial and collaborative culture, career opportunities, interesting and topical work, social events, and strong philanthropic program that creates ties to the greater community.
Mullin remarked, “Bates White is committed to providing all employees a high-quality work experience. Being named a Top Workplace acknowledges that we are succeeding in this, making Bates White a place where people are passionate about their work, engaged every day, and excited to be here. We’ll always strive to meet this goal.”
Bates White has also won awards in the past several years from Vault as being among the top 50 consulting firms in the country—ranking #36 of all consulting firms and #13 among economic firms—and as a top 10 program for summer interns. Global Competition Review’s prestigious “Economics 21” has also recognized Bates White for the last 10 years.