TMC Financing Named to Bay Area Best Places to Work
San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal release annual list
As seen in the San Francisco Business Times
TMC Financing, the largest provider of SBA 504 real estate financing in Northern California and Nevada, today announced that it has been named among the Best Places to Work 2015 in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times and the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
The rankings recognize outstanding companies whose employees rate them as having the best workplace cultures in the Bay Area. The publications compile the annual list based on employee surveys that measure worker satisfaction across several areas, including personal growth, workplace environment and managerial effectiveness.
“The Bay Area is a highly competitive talent market,” said TMC Financing CEO and Founder Barbara Morrison. “I think our mission to be small business advocates and our core values of communication, service, innovation, teamwork and passion help us to create a rewarding environment for top talent.”
TMC was recognized in the category of companies with 25 to 49 employees for offering a supportive work culture where integrity and collaboration are valued. “We believe in work-life balance and strive to give people autonomy and professional development opportunities,” TMC Human Resources Director Jenelle Ring said. “We also like to celebrate our successes. I don’t think a month goes by that we aren’t having a party for some reason or another. Employees really like the fun and casual atmosphere here.”
TMC employees appreciate perks like catered lunches, free snacks, flexible schedules and generous benefits. “Our offices are in a cool, historic district and people can bring their dogs to work,” Matt Balich, who joined TMC last fall as an intern and was recently promoted to marketing associate. “It’s fun, friendly and I’ve heard ‘please and thank you’ here more than anywhere else I’ve worked. Plus, knowing what I do really helps small businesses thrive and create more jobs is a big bonus.”