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Best Companies to Work For 2015: OnDeck

Key defining values are passion, openness, impact and ingenuity


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OnDeck

www.ondeck.com

Location: Denver

Rank: 3 in the medium company category

The culture: Key defining values are passion, openness, impact and ingenuity. “We think big and act boldly. We know that the best outcomes happen when we work together,” an OnDeck team member shared. “Employees work as a team and we encourage collaboration through our open floor plan, which allows team members to easily have access to the people they need help from to do their job, including executive leadership.”

Perks: OnDeck offers Baby Bonding Leave policies for new mothers and fathers that add up to 12 weeks paid time off for pregnancy, childbirth or adoption for individuals who have been with the company on a full-time basis for at least six consecutive months.

Giving back: The company is in the process of crafting a new give-back program.

The inside scoop: “After our 2013 Annual Culture Survey, our team members provided feedback that they wanted a company 401(k) match. Within three months, we listened to our employees and responded with implementing a match. Not only were our employees excited about the match, but they were delighted to see their feedback was heard and acted upon. This has resulted in our employees providing open and honest feedback on other programs and ideas.” 

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Lisa Ryckman

Lisa Ryckman is ColoradoBiz's managing editor. Contact her at lryckman@cobizmag.com.

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