Life at Bader Martin
Sometimes you just can’t structure your life around 9-to-5. Bader Martin’s flexible policies and cool, supportive culture help make life work for you.
Flexible Work Schedules/Policies
A client’s needs, your daycare schedule, or even an intense commute can make a typical workday schedule impossible. You may find that you choose off-peak hours to shorten your commute, work from home on those rare occasions that circumstances dictate, or arrange for a part time schedule to accommodate your children’s needs or your changing priorities.
In the summer months, you can opt for compressed workweeks and long, lazy, three-day weekends. And because we work from a single location and serve clients primarily in the Northwest, overnight travel is rarely necessary.
Support for Charitable Work and Community Service
We encourage personal giving through a matching program for charitable contributions. In addition, you’ll have paid time off for religious observances—Good Friday or the Jewish High Holy Days, for example. And you’ll find encouragement and support for your charitable and community service work. You can even volunteer a day of service for the charitable cause of your choice, without a reduction in pay.
Friendly, Casual Culture
You’ll also have a great time here—from our no holds barred Halloween party and laid-back family picnic to the friendly team competition of our annual participation in Food Frenzy to raise funds for hungry families. Periodic catered lunches and espresso carts help you through the busiest times. You’ll even have chances for free tickets to professional and major college sporting events.
And because this is Seattle, the attire at Bader Martin is Dress for Your Day, the atmosphere is friendly and collaborative, and we have our own state of the art Starbucks coffee machine.
Awesome Downtown Seattle Headquarters
You’ll work in the heart of Seattle, one of America’s healthiest, safest and most livable metropolitan areas. Seattle (the Emerald City) combines natural beauty with world‑class cultural, sports, and recreational events and an eclectic mix of restaurants and shops. We’ve even been named the third coolest city in the country by Forbes.