Carfax earned a spot as Washington Post’s 2019 Top Workplace among midsize companies in the D.C. area, earning the company its sixth consecutive nod.
“We're thrilled to be named a 2019 Top Workplace by The Washington Post, and this award would not have been possible without the hard work and determination of everyone on Team Carfax,” said Adrienne Webster, vice president of human resources at Carfax.
“Our company continues to grow, and a big part of that is Team Carfax's commitment to help millions of people buy, own and sell used cars with greater confidence. That effort started more than 30 years ago with the Carfax Report, and our team continues to innovate with comprehensive vehicle history information and stellar products like myCarfax and Carfax Used Car Listings.”
The Washington Post shared one comment on a survey in which an employee remarked: “I feel as [though] I am part of another family.”
Carfax has 493 local employees and a total of 884 headcount. To be considered in the Top Workplace midsize category a company must have at least 150 employees and a maximum of 499.