We’re so excited to be named the #3 best large company to work for in Washington by Seattle Business Magazine. We couldn’t be more thrilled to receive this honor! Here are a couple photos from the celebration.
At Limeade, we’re committed to creating a mission-driven, positive culture made up of the best and brightest people in the business. We’re striving to improve every day, but this award tells us we’re doing a lot right.
In a recent employee survey we launched from TINYpulse, we asked: What attracted you to join Limeade? Almost every response touched on our vibrant culture, amazing people and mission of well-being.
Here’s what a few LimeMates had to say:
- The opportunity to flourish and the wicked smart, yet incredibly approachable, people.
- Originally, I noticed Limeade because of all the awards and recognition the company was getting. I applied because of the mission and the space Limeade operates in. I accepted the position because of the people and because I truly saw company values being lived out.
- The culture, the people, and the mission to help employers inspire their employees to be healthier, happier and more productive.
- A positive and transparent culture that supported flexibility in schedules and offered job-growth opportunity.
- The company atmosphere was probably the most appealing to me. Everyone I’ve talked to at the company told me how much they enjoy working together. There’s a real team atmosphere among the employees that excites me to work with the company.
- The ability to work not just with individuals one on one, but to be part of a team that could influence positive holistic health behavior change on a much larger scale. The possibilities for impact are amazing.
- I loved the culture, the position, the people and the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of others. It’s a mission, not just a paycheck. It also aligned with my gifts, passions and background. To measurably improve the world’s well-being is worth getting up every morning.
- It’s awesome that we’re truly mission-driven and that we walk the walk.