Declaring they were going to “fix real estate;” Amy and partner Carol Freyer Bayer went about finding a way to do just that, by designing a better way to do business.
Recognition as a “top” or “best” workplace adds value to a company’s brand; the most obvious benefit is the lower cost of attracting and keeping top talent. But the secret is not what leaders did.
There’s plenty of activity in the tech startup world, except at the top: That rock star of exits – the initial public offering – has left the building.
With more than one-third of Outside magazine’s 2016 list of the 100 Best Places to Work based in Colorado, the secret is undeniably out that business is just better in our home state.
Here are the 2016 Best Companies to Work for in Colorado, "Large Companies" category:
Time. Compensation. Professional development. Wellness. These are just a few of the themes visible in the following firms – our annual Best Companies to Work For.
In Colorado, we hear much about work-life balance – so we better have some brilliant businesses that can speak to both. Here are the winners in the "Small Companies" division.
This year’s Top Company winners and finalists represent large and small, old and new, high-tech and high-touch businesses and organizations in 11 industry categories.
The resort in Colorado Springs has 779 rooms and suites and an additional 44 suites in six Grand Cottages that border the 18th fairway of The Broadmoor’s famed East golf course.
Formed in 1989 through a merger of 11 banks, CoBank provides loans, leases, export financing and other financial services to agribusinesses and rural power, water and communications providers in all 50 states.
Davis Graham & Stubbs is the second-largest law firm in Colorado, with corporate finance, natural resources and energy law practices.
Lakewood-based Mesa Laboratories develops, manufactures and markets process-validation and monitoring instruments and consumables.