REI Systems Is a Three-Time Washington Post Top Workplaces Winner!
The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces list spotlights private, public, nonprofit, and government agencies that provide a stellar work environment for employees. This honor is awarded based on employee feedback, so take their word for it—that’s the voice that matters!
Investing in Our People
“This is one of the many companies I have worked for that truly make growth possible for those that really want it and are happy to do what is necessary to get there.”
REI Systems is committed to professional development and growth by providing our employees with opportunities every day. We offer a robust professional development program with uncapped hours to learn or hone a new skill or explore an innovative idea. In addition, we have an in-house leadership development program, known as SOAR, lead by our onsite professional and personal development coach who is available to all employees.
A Culture of Flexibility and Fun
“REI Systems is full of happy people who genuinely want to help people and who passionately want to do well at what they do.”
Our employees often call us the REI Family. Employees step forward to help each other all the time – professionally as well as personally. Year-round festivities include our holiday party, summer picnic, international potluck, employee appreciation days, and bagels every Friday. We encourage employees to enjoy their time here while allowing flexible working hours to accommodate schedules outside the office.
Every Voice Is Valued
“The leadership has an open door policy and encourages employees to stop by.”
At REI Systems, we promote open communications in a variety of ways so that our employees always have a chance to be heard and are well informed. We encourage different viewpoints at our town halls, in our Employee Question of the Week, during one-on-one meetings, and at any time because every employee has access to our leadership. Our leadership also sends out weekly updates about what’s new and what’s upcoming, so communication is a two-way street.