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Bates White ranked #12 Top Workplace for mid-size companies by The Washington Post

June 17, 2016

Bates White has been named a 2016 Top Workplace by The Washington Post. This recognition is based on employee surveys administered by Workplace Dynamics, a research firm specializing in organizational health and employee engagement. Questions covered topics such as company values, leadership, communication, professional development, and benefits and compensation.

In total, 3,147 companies were invited to participate. A total of 303 companies were surveyed and narrowed down to 150 winners in the DC region categorized by small, mid-size and large organizations. Bates White was listed 12th among the top 60 mid-size companies.

Charlie Mullin, Bates White Managing Partner, commented, “Bates White is delighted and proud to be recognized as a Top Workplace by The Washington Post. This award acknowledges our collaborative culture and collegial environment in which every employee makes a contribution. It is a reflection of our ongoing commitment to creating a positive and rewarding experience for our employees, clients, and the community.”

Bates White has also won awards from Vault as a Top 50 Consulting Firm and as having one of the top three summer intern programs for consulting firms for the past several years. The firm was also named in Global Competition Review’s prestigious “Economics 21.”

Read more about The Washington Post 2016 Top Workplaces.

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