Glassdoor released its list of the 50 best places to work in 2017, and CEO Robert Hohman was shocked that Bain & Company ranked as No. 1 for the third time.
Glassdoor is the recruiting marketplace that brings together employers and job-seekers on to one platform. With more than 30 million users, it has become the fastest growing job site in the U.S.
With the study based on 2 million participants, Hohman found it incredible that Bain has made the list all nine years, especially since the other two companies — Facebook and Boston Consulting Group — are household names. He explained that Bain's success came down to problem solving.
"They do it because they hire amazing people … and what they tell you is they get to work on the hardest problems that companies face, and when they are done they get to go on to the next hard problem," Hohman said.
And according Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly, the secret sauce to the company's competitiveness is its culture.
"Our people are fantastic, it really is what sets us apart competitively in the industry and they are the ones that have made Southwest so successful," Kelly said.
Southwest began operating in 1972, and during the span of its 45-year history, the company has never a single layoff or pay cut for any employee. It has also been profitable every year since its first full year of operation.
In the Lightning Round, Cramer gave his take on stocks from callers:
STMicroelectronics: "It's right up there with Marvell Technology and Cypress as companies that I think are going to have the wind at their back."
Chemical Financial: "We've got a regional bank for you in an area that is doing incredibly well. Midland, Michigan by the way, that is where Dow Chemical is, one of the stocks owned by my charitable trust. I think you've got a good one even though it's had a 52-week high. Why? Because the bank stocks are Trump stocks."