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The 50 Best Places To Work In 2012

Posted by on January 16, 2012 in Uncategorized

It’s that time of year again: Glassdoor has released its list of 50 best places to work in 2012! The list, “Best Places to Work — Employees’ Choice” is the fourth annual employee’s choice awards for best companies to work for. Below, see the companies and corresponding ratings.

 

 

    1. Bain & Company: 4.7

 

    1. McKinsey & Company: 4.3

 

    1. Facebook: 4.3

 

    1. MITRE: 4.1

 

    1. Google: 4.0 (for more on Google’s workplace and how to get hired, see here and here!)

 

    1. CareerBuilder: 4.0

 

    1. Slalom Consulting: 4.0

 

    1. REI: 4.0

 

    1. Trader Joe’s: 4.0

 

    1. Apple: 3.9

 

    1. General Mills: 3.9

 

    1. Rackspace: 3.9

 

    1. Salesforce.com: 3.9

 

    1. United Space Alliance: 3.9

 

    1. Dow Chemical: 3.9

 

    1. Chevron: 3.8

 

    1. Southwest Airlines: 3.8

 

    1. National Instruments: 3.8

 

    1. Wayfair: 3.8

 

    1. Citrix Systems: 3.8

 

    1. QUALCOMM: 3.8

 

    1. SAP America: 3.8

 

    1. Costco Wholesale: 3.8

 

    1. J. Crew: 3.8

 

    1. Procter & Gamble: 3.7

 

    1. Fluor: 3.7

 

    1. Reachlocal: 3.7

 

    1. Johnson & Johnson: 3.7

 

    1. Monsanto Company: 3.7

 

    1. NetApp: 3.7

 

    1. Morningstar: 3.6

 

    1. Intel Corporation: 3.6

 

    1. Disney Parks & Resorts: 3.6

 

    1. Starbucks: 3.6

 

    1. NIKE: 3.6

 

    1. Cleveland Clinic: 3.6

 

    1. Coach: 3.6

 

    1.  Ernst & Young: 3.6

 

    1. Sephora USA: 3.6

 

    1. Groupon: 3.6

 

    1. Goldman Sachs: 3.6

 

    1. Intuit: 3.6

 

    1. Accenture: 3.6

 

    1. Nordstrom: 3.6

 

    1. PricewaterhouseCoopers: 3.6

 

    1. Eli Lilly: 3.6

 

    1. MTV Networks: 3.6

 

    1. Scottrade: 3.5

 

    1. NVIDIA: 3.5

 

    1. FedEx: 3.5

What makes a good workplace? A recent article, 4 Factors That Influence Employees’ Views Of Their Workplace, says that education, age, gender and geographic location are important to employees. Also, employees like feedback — see How To Communicate Appreciation To Employees, — and motivation — see Study Reveals The Secret For Motivating Workers.

Employers, what do you think of this list? What do these top 50 places all have in common?

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Kate D’Amico is in her senior year at Virginia Tech where she is studying communications with an emphasis in public relations as well as psychology and special events management and marketing. She has prior internship experience in corporate communications and public relations for technology, nonprofit, and association clients

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