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These are the best places to work in 2018, according to employees

Glassdoor just released the results of its annual analysis of more than 35 million employee reviews of the 700,000+ companies on its platform. Facebook clinched the top spot after a climb from fifth to second place last year.  The top 10 “Best Places to Work in 2018” include: 1. Facebook 2. Bain & Company 3. Boston … Continue reading “These are the best places to work in 2018, according to employees”

These are the best places to work in 2018, according to employees
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Glassdoor just released the results of its annual analysis of more than 35 million employee reviews of the 700,000+ companies on its platform. Facebook clinched the top spot after a climb from fifth to second place last year. 

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The top 10 “Best Places to Work in 2018” include:

1. Facebook

2. Bain & Company

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3. Boston Consulting Group

4. In-N-Out Burger

5. Google

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6. Lululemon

7. HubSpot

8. World Wide Technology

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9. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

10. Ultimate Software

You can see the entire list of the top 100 companies overall here.

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Facebook has made the list for eight of the 10 years that Glassdoor has published the report. Glassdoor CEO Robert Hohman says they’ve observed employees appreciate Facebook’s “mission-driven culture, transparent leadership, and the fact that their work literally impacts the lives of billions of people worldwide.”

Speaking of company culture, there are only three companies to have made the list all 10 years: Apple, Bain & Company, and Google.  Of these employers, Hohman notes that employee reviews demonstrate an “impressive consistency and ability to keep their workforces engaged and satisfied.” Hohman says they each offer company cultures that are unique to them. “What’s more,” he says “they offer a company culture that their employees truly believe in.”

Only two employers, Microsoft and SAP, appear on five lists (U.S. Large, Canada, U.K., France, Germany). Newcomers to the list include Blizzard Entertainment (#28), Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants (#37), T-Mobile (#79), and Adidas (#93).

About the author

Lydia Dishman is a staff editor for Fast Company's Work Life section. She has written for CBS Moneywatch, Fortune, The Guardian, Popular Science, and the New York Times, among others.

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