Limeade Named #1 Best Workplace in Washington by Puget Sound Business Journal
Health & well-being solution company cites intentional, mission-driven culture as key to top ranking at ‘2015 Washington’s Best Workplaces Awards’
Limeade, a corporate wellness company, received top honors at the Puget Sound Business Journal’s ‘2015 Washington’s Best Workplaces Awards’ held at Safeco Field Thursday. With a mission of measurably improving well-being in the world, Limeade attributes much of its rapid growth, strong employee performance and high customer satisfaction rate to its intentional culture of improvement.
“We are elated by our ranking as the best place to work in Washington State and I commend everyone here for bringing our incredible culture to life every day,” said Henry Albrecht, Limeade CEO. “At Limeade we believe people can only reach their full potential when they feel their employer supports their well-being, so we approach culture as a business strategy with a tangible business impact.”
Nearly 250 companies were nominated in this year’s ‘Washington’s Best Workplaces’ competition. Each nominee underwent an extensive employee survey process to rank the strength of its employee engagement and advancement practices, leadership, organizational communication, culture, work/life balance, benefits and other employee-focused perks. Limeade ranked highest among companies with 100-249 employees and was honored on August 13th at an awards ceremony at Safeco Field.
Limeade is the proud winner of multiple culture and innovation awards, including the Inc. 5000, the Deloitte Technology Fast 500, Greatist’s ‘Healthiest Workplaces,’ Seattle Business Magazine’s ‘Tech Impact Award’ and ‘Best Company to Work For,′ Geekwire’s ‘Geekiest Office Space’ and 425 Magazine’s ‘Best Medium Business’.
To learn more about Limeade, including open positions, visit www.limeade.com.
Limeade released new employment data demonstrating concentrated focus on increasing gender representation across its global workforce. As of February 2022, Limeade reported 51% women make up the employee population and 48% of director-level and above leadership roles are held by women.