Etsy, Squarespace, and the 23 other best mid-size companies to work for in America

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Popular e-commerce site Etsy ranks No. 6.
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Not too big or too small, mid-sized companies are able to offer the benefits of both large corporations and small startups.

Workplace data website Great Place To Work surveyed hundreds of employees at companies around the US to find the best medium-sized companies to work for – defined as having between 250 and 999 employees.

These companies come highly rated by their employees for everything from top-notch management and challenging work assignments to perks like free breakfast and on-site gyms.

Read on to see which workplaces made the cut.


25. Roth Staffing Companies

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Orange, California

Work-life balance is a top priority at Roth Staffing Companies, a business that helps other companies fill both temporary and full-time positions. Roth employees have the option of working on a unique “9/80 Flex Schedule,” which allows them to work nine longer days a year and get every other Friday off.

The company also offers compressed work weeks, offsite subsidized childcare, and the option to work from home. The perks pay off too: 96% of employees surveyed say it’s a great place to work.


24. Xactly Corporation

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Xactly/Facebook

San Jose, California

It’s no surprise that Xactly, a company that helps businesses incentivize their employees, also provides its own staff with great perks. Employees can take advantage of free daily breakfasts, massage therapy, a fitness center, and subsidized gym memberships.

Ninety-five percent of employees surveyed said that they were proud to tell others where they work, and 96% reported having a great boss.


23. Walker & Dunlop

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Bethesda, Maryland

At commercial real estate financing company Walker & Dunlop, philanthropy is a top priority. Employees can take up to four hours of paid time off per month to complete volunteer work, and the company will match charitable donations up to $500.

The company takes care of its own as well. Employees get free cholesterol tests, flu shots, and blood pressure screening, and health insurance covers extras like fertility treatments and mental health care.


22. EKS&H

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Denver, Colorado

After a year at EKS&H, employees are entitled to 29 vacation days. They can also participate in the tax and audit consulting firm’s 11-month year, where a portion of their compensation can be traded for additional time off.

Other perks include free snacks and beverages, dry cleaning, and fitness classes. No wonder 95% of employees say their workplace is great.


21. American Transmission Company

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American Transmission Company

Waukesha, Wisconsin

Ninety-seven percent of employees at American Transmission Company, which provides electricity to more than five million people across the Midwest, say they take great pride in their work. Additionally, 81% note that it’s more than just a job to them; it provides a deeper sense of meaning.

The compensation is considerable too: executive assistants earn an average of $58,836 annually, and senior engineers average $94,682. The company also matches the first 3% an employee contributes to their 401(k) dollar-for-dollar, and it will match half of the next 2% contributed.


20. Yext

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New York, New York

A whopping 99% of employees at Yext say that it provides a great work atmosphere, and 98% report excellent bosses and communication at work.

The digital location management software company offers some great amenities as well: 100% of employees get company-paid health coverage, new parents receive a bonus to help cover the cost of their growing family, and all employees can order two meals per day off Seamless.


19. Capco

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New York, New York

Capco, a business and technology consulting firm for the financial services industry, places a premium on education. Employees can receive up to $10,000 of tuition reimbursement per year for continuing education, such as earning job-related certifications or attending conferences.

The company also cares deeply about its employees’ health, offering unlimited sick days for rest and recuperation. Additionally, Capco’s health-care policy covers everything from prescription drugs to alternative medical treatments such as acupuncture and homeopathy.


18. Clif Bar & Company

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Emeryville, California

Not only do 92% of employees deem Clif Bar & Company a great place to work internally, 100% agree that they feel good about the ways the company contributes to the larger community.

The organic food and beverage company allows employees to volunteer as many hours as they want on the clock, resulting in over 10,000 hours contributed last year alone. Employees can also donate up to 1,000 Clif Bars to any organization of their choosing, and the company will match up to $500 in charitable giving per year.


17. West Monroe Partners

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Chicago, Illinois

At business and technology consulting firm West Monroe Partners, experienced consultants earn an average salary of $76,140. The company also offers the option to telecommute as well as 29 holiday and vacation days after one year of employment.

West Monroe looks out for its employees’ health as well, offering benefits including cholesterol tests, blood pressure screenings, flu shots, and an on-site fitness center.


16. Point B Inc.

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Seattle, Washington

Point B Inc. employees love their jobs: 100% say they take great pride in their work, and 99% agree that the company provides great challenges, communication, and rewards.

It’s not hard to see why employees are so enthusiastic. The management consulting and venture investment and advisory firm is 100% employee-owned and offers tremendous flexibility. Employees choose both where they live and what they work on. Point B also actively fosters a sense of community, arranging regular outings at local restaurants and bars for consultants to chat about clients and business – all on the company’s dime.


15. eVestment

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Marietta, Georgia

Employees at eVestment look forward to going into work, with 98% saying they’re proud to tell others where they work and 97% noting that employees care about each other.

A full 100% of employees at the cloud-based investment company take advantage of eVestment’s flexible schedule, which includes unlimited paid time off and the ability to telecommute. As long as employees get their work done, they’re encouraged to take the time they need to relax and recharge.


14. Marco, Inc.

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St. Cloud, Minnesota

At technology services company Marco, Inc., 96% of employees report that they are adequately challenged at work, with 98% saying that they have great bosses.

The company offers competitive salaries – $60,000 annually on average for a field service technician and $90,000 per year for a technology advisor – as well as a 401(k) plan, an employee stock ownership plan, and up to $5,000 in college tuition reimbursement.


13. Holder Construction Company

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Holder Construction

Atlanta, Georgia

Holder Construction Company, a national commercial general contractor, aims to intentionally build community and camaraderie among its employees through scheduled social and corporate events throughout the year.

The company values work-life balance as well, and offers “family paid time off,” which employees can use to attend their child’s school play or assist an elderly parent with a doctor’s appointment.


12. Hagerty

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Traverse City, Michigan

Hagerty not only provides insurance to collectors of classic cars (and boats) but also promotes the hobby through its magazine and price guide. The company extends this hobby to its employees as well and encourages them to take part in employee vehicle restoration projects, where they gets hands-on experience working with classic cars.

Employees also look forward to free snacks, subsidized lunches, on-site mailing services, and free fitness classes.


11. Peckham Inc.

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Lansing, Michigan

Peckham Inc., a nonprofit vocational rehabilitation organization, aims to help those with disabilities develop the skills needed to excel in the workplace.

Peckham extends this outlook to its own workforce through several programs that strive to improve each day on the job. Employees can look forward to wellness incentives such as gym membership reimbursements, on-site massages, the ability to work from home when needed, and unlimited data on company-sponsored smartphones.


10. HubSpot

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Cambridge, Massachusetts

One hundred percent of HubSpot‘s employees believe that the company’s management is honest and ethical, that their coworkers are willing to go the extra mile to get the job done, and that their work provides adequate challenges.

Employees at the inbound marketing and sales platform also receive unlimited vacation days, up to $5,000 in college tuition reimbursement, free flu shots, dry cleaning, and the option to work remotely when needed.


9. Centro

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Chicago, Illinois

Employees love working at media management software company Centro. In fact, 97% consider it a great work atmosphere and tout incredible bosses.

Employees get 28 vacation days per year, 60 days paid maternity leave, and a 50% match on up to 8% of their 401(k) contributions. “Centrons” who refer others to join their workplace also receive hefty bonuses: $2,500 for standard positions and up to $6,000 for key roles.


8. Cirrus Logic

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Austin, Texas

Headquartered in the live music capital of the country, Cirrus Logic is all about sound. The company develops audio components for smartphones, tablets, headphones, and cars, and it bestows employees with several music-related perks as well.

Cirrus Logic employees enjoy monthly concerts featuring local artists, passes to the South By Southwest and Austin City Limits music festivals, and open mic nights during the company’s weekly happy hours.


7. Assurance

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Schaumburg, Illinois

At independent insurance brokerage company Assurance, 95% of employees take advantage of the company’s flexible schedule and 70% use the option to telecommute.

The company extends its risk management mentality to its employees, offering several opportunities for them to earn bonuses for completing tasks and achievements such as running in a 5K or attending on-site seminars.


6. Etsy

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Brooklyn, New York

Peer-to-peer e-commerce site Etsy isn’t just great for finding unique clothing and jewelry – it’s also a highly-rated place to work. The company covers 100% of employees’ health-care plans, gives employees 40 hours of PTO for volunteering, and offers 27 vacation days per year.

Employees also enjoy small perks that make daily life easier, such as free breakfast and lunch, on-site fitness classes, and a “breathing room” where they can grab a blanket and refresh with an afternoon nap. They’re also dog friendly, with employees’ pooches making regular appearances at the office and meetings.


5. Squarespace

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New York, New York

Employees at Squarespace feel at home from day one. Everyone from interns to higher-ups receive a welcome gift bag on their first day, filled with products ranging from branded notebooks to handmade caramels.

But it’s more than just free swag that entices employees at the website-building company to stick around. Squarespace covers 100% of employees’ health insurance, offers up to $3,000 in college tuition reimbursement, and supplies free breakfast and lunch on a daily basis.


4. 4imprint, Inc.

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Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Ninety-eight percent of employees at 4imprint, a company that creates promotional products such as pens and tote bags, say they’re proud of where they work. Another 97% offer a similar sentiment, saying that they feel good about how the company contributes to the broader community.

In addition to creating swag for other companies, 4imprint gives its own employees plenty of perks, including paid time off for volunteering, personal concierge services, discount ticket sales, and free snacks all day.


3. ESL Federal Credit Union

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Rochester, New York

ESL Federal Credit Union, which provides banking and wealth management services to Rochester residents, gives employees 25 vacation days per year and 60 days of paid maternity leave. The company will also match employees’ 401(k) contributions up to 4% of their salary annually.

ESL employees also appreciate daily perks such as subsidized lunches, massages, dry cleaning services, and an on-site fitness center.


2. Atlassian

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San Francisco, California

More than 97% of Atlassian employees agree: It’s a great work atmosphere, the management is honest and ethical, the company provides great rewards, and it’s a fun place to work.

Perks like fully-paid health insurance, flexible time off, paid volunteer time, free breakfast, and an on-campus gym likely contribute to the enterprise software company’s glowing reviews.


1. Intuitive Research and Technology Corporation

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Huntsville, Alabama

Intuitive Research and Technology Corporation provides engineering and analytical services to its customers – including the Department of Defense. It also provides its employees with a variety of perks, such as certification exams for employees to further their job skills; CARE day, in which a physical therapist, a nutritionist, and a massage therapist, among others, visit the office and attend to employees; and on-the-spot bonuses throughout the year.

The compensation is great too: Senior analysts earn an average of $143,613 annually, and the company covers 100% of all employees’ health insurance.

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