August 24, 2014

The 50 Best Places To Work

Who you work for matters. Choosing the right employer can make a world of difference in your personal happiness. It’s challenging to find the right employer. We consider finding the right employer to be one of the biggest considerations in your job search.

Who do you want to work for? Do you have a dream employer that you wish would hire you? Most of us do. Before you blindly commit to an employer, you may want to check out Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards 2014.

Glassdoor takes a look at the 50 Best Places To Work. They highlight the best large companies and the best medium sized companies to work for. The results are determined by the employees of the companies.

Here are the top 50 best places to work according to Glassdoor:

  1. Bain & Company
  2. Twitter
  3. LinkedIn
  4. Eastman Chemical
  5. Facebook
  6. Guidewire
  7. Interactive Intelligence
  8. Google
  9. Orbitz Worldwide
  10. Nestle Purina PetCare
  11. John Deere
  12. Edelman
  13. Qualcomm
  14. Chevron
  15. Slalom Consulting
  16. Costco Wholesale
  17. Riverbed Technology
  18. SolarCity
  19. Intuit
  20. Gartner
  21. Southwest Airlines
  22. MathWorks
  23. Red Hat
  24. Cameron
  25. Genentech
  26. Hyatt
  27. H E B
  28. National Instruments
  29. Nike
  30. Rackspace
  31. Mayo Clinic
  32. Publix
  33. Intel Corporation
  34. Procter & Gamble
  35. Apple
  36. FedEx
  37. CareerBuilder
  38. Citrix Systems
  39. Starbucks
  40. Wegmans
  41. NetApp
  42. Walt Disney Company
  43. Chick-fil-A
  44. NBC Universal
  45. Texas Instruments
  46. Memorial Sloan-Kettering
  47. Texas Roadhouse
  48. Stryker
  49. eBay Inc.
  50. Salesforce.com

Does this list make you reconsider where you might start searching for a job? It’s important to work for a solid company where employees are happy. Definitely head over to Glassdoor to learn more about the companies on this list. They have links with company reviews, salaries, interviews, job listings, recruitment videos, and more. Do not miss this one.

Finding a job with the right employer is a process of trial and error. Learn what you look for in an employer and then it is easier to decide who you want to work for long term.

Learn more about these companies and more on the JobMonkey Job Board. Take advantage of JobMonkey’s Employers Directory to find employer info and job listings. It’s the perfect solution to narrowing your job search to the perfect employer. Best of luck.

About this Author 

Derek Lennon is a skier and writer who lives, works, and plays in the mountains. He travels the globe in search of snow and adventure. Life has allowed him to live and work all over the world doing cool jobs and loving every minute of it.

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