Bellevue companies make 2016 top places to work list

Two Bellevue companies have been named one of last year’s best places to work, according to a job-search website.

Concur Technologies and Aegis Living have been named one of 2016’s best companies to work for (at #24 and #46, respectively), according to Glassdoor, a national career-based website.

Concur is a travel management company founded in 1993 and headquartered in Downtown Bellevue. The company specializes in travel and expense management for hundreds of companies domestic and international.

Glassdoor described the company as having good growth opportunities, an “awesome work life balance,” and having great coworkers. The results are led by employee choice.

Aegis Living is an assisted-living company operating in Washington, California and Nevada.

Founder Dwayne Clark designed the Aegis experience after visiting his grandmother at an “old-fashioned” nursing home. The company’s living life enrichment director at the Bellevue location (Aegis has 28 communities) said that “Management truly cares about our employees, and when our employees are supported, loved, and fulfilled, they can provide heartfelt care to our residents.”

Several other local companies made the list, including Google, Microsoft, Salesforce, DocuSign, Costco and Zillow.

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