We have all heard that Google and Facebook are great places to work. But what other companies get rave reviews from their employees? And can a nontech company top the list?
Jobs posting and salary report posting website Glassdoor combed through thousands of anonymous employee reviews to find out.
To make the list, companies have to have at least 75 reviews. The ratings are displayed to the nearest 10th, but calculations extend to the 1,000th and beyond to determine the final ranking in this list, explaining why many companies on the list were rated 4.3 stars.
If you're interested in finding a great place to work, or if you're curious to see if your employer made the ranking, check out the top 25.
This Massachusetts-based cloud company gets a rating of 4.3 out of 5 stars by employees.
"I have never worked with so many smart and talented individuals who are always willing to help each other out," one employee writes.
Another cloud company, Concur, makes the list with a rating of 4.3.
The company has "good growth opportunities as a professional. Awesome work life balance. Great people and coworkers," one lead engineer writes.
Employees of online document signing company DocuSign rate the company a 4.3.
"Growing company, amazing people, good work-life balance, and lots of opportunities for career growth and development," one engineer writes.
Considered one of the best cancer treatment centers in the world, Memorial Sloan Kettering is also a great place to work, employees say. They give the private cancer center a 4.3 rating.
"Very intelligent, friendly and team-oriented group of people," one employee writes. "I love working for MSK. There is a great sense of pride and responsibility to our patients and ensuring things get done right."
Delta Air Lines gets a company rating of 4.3 by employees.
"Challenging, fast-paced industry, and Delta treats employees well," one team leader writes. "Good compensation and great benefits. Diverse work environment and everyone loves travel."
Technology company Intuit gets a company rating of 4.3 by employees.
The company claims, "At Intuit, it's everyone's job to innovate." Employees seem to agree that the company lives up to its tagline. "Everyone is encouraged to innovate, not just engineers. It's expected, it's supported and we cherish the learnings, good or bad," one director writes.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the only religious organization to make the list. Employees give the Mormon church a company rating of 4.3.
Working there is "a job where you feel trusted and respected, and where the employer has a high level of loyalty to the employee," one employee writes.
Global research and advisory firm Forrester touts itself as a fun place to work. And employees agree, giving the company a 4.3.
"You have an opportunity to make a difference, take charge of your own career and aspirations," one employee writes. "The culture is one that fosters accountability and action in all of us."
Salesforce, which powers the content management systems of so many big companies, garners a company rating of 4.3.
"My coworkers are smart, motivated, and talented. We have fun! " one director writes. "And, the culture is not one of the 60-90 hour work weeks. People here are more mature."
MathWorks, the company behind computing software used by many mathematicians and engineers, earns a 4.3 rating by employees.
The company is "just an amazing place full of smart and passionate people that want to do the right thing," one sales support employee writes. "Very positive and constructive culture."
Application software company SAP not only brings in more than $10 billion in revenue each year, it keeps its employees happy. It receives a company rating of 4.3 and offers "a lot of career growth opportunities and the ability to move into new roles and new groups," one account manager writes.
Paylocity, a cloud-based payroll and human management software company, manages its own employees very well, according to reviews. Employees give the company a rating of 4.3.
"Paylocity values employees and creates a culture that allows employees to be happy and comfortable at work," one support specialist writes. "Paylocity still feels like a small business even with rapid growth. Fun and upbeat place to work."
Nestle Purina PetCare, the consumer company that's probably behind your cat or dog's favorite food, receives 4.3 stars.
"Competitive salaries, encouraged work life balance, professional development, and a great culture that makes 'big' feel personal and family friendly," one brand manager writes.
The company behind many of your favorite household cleaning products earns a rating of 4.3 stars.
"Great learn and grow culture with emphasis on work life balance," one employee writes. "The people are great and foster a mentoring environment."
The private global management consulting firm receives 4.3 stars.
"Smartest people, best projects, truly incredible internal support staff. McKinsey is defined by a set of values, not a book of rules," one associate writes.
This home remodeling company gets a rating of 4.3 stars.
"The career growth opportunity is outstanding," an employee writes. "Everyone in the office genuinely cares about each other and wants to see you be successful."
Adobe is more than just the company that helps you download PDFs. The digital marketing and digital media solutions company clocks in anywhere from $2 billion to $5 billion in revenue each year, and is a great place to work, according to employees who give the company a rating of 4.3.
"Great company culture, benefits and overall atmosphere to work," one employee writes. "People are very open, knowledgeable and potential for advancement is very much available."
The professional online network gets raves from its own employees. LinkedIn receives 4.4 stars. According to employees, there are many chances for career development.
"They truly invest in the professional development of employees," one employee writes of the leadership team. "Very proactive at making sure that you're in a role you want to be in."
Turns out, In-N-Out Burger's company culture is as good as its hamburgers. The company receives 4.4 stars from employees.
"With hard work you move up pretty quickly," one employee writes. Everyone is so nice and friendly. Great positive atmosphere."
Fast Enterprises develops software for government agencies. Employees of this Colorado-based company give it a 4.4 rating.
"The family atmosphere makes working together as a team satisfying and successful, as well as the out of office adventures and team building," one employee writes. "I have met a lot of different and unique people after being with FAST for 10 years."
Supply chain solutions provider World Wide Technology receives 4.4 stars. One employee says, "Culture is not just a poster [here]" and "the benefits are unheard of."
Management is "extremely caring towards their employees as well as their customers," an employee writes. "The company thrives on making their employees happy, knowing it will make their customers happy."
The internet and technology giant didn't come in first, but it does make the very top of the list. Employees give the company a 4.4 rating.
"You'll work on cutting edge projects," one employee writes "and solve important issues that impact your community and the world."
This global consulting group gets 4.4 stars from its employees, one of whom writes that the company has a "collaborative culture with people who truly care about your personal development."
Working for Mark Zuckerberg is pretty great, according to employees, who give Facebook 4.5 stars. In fact, the leadership, and the culture that's set in the C-suite, is what keep many employees at the social media giant.
"From its openness to its diversity, Facebook has truly surpassed all tech companies in terms of culture, perks, and employee lifestyle," one employee writes.
The consulting firm is the best place to work in the United States, according to employee reviews. Bain & Company gets 4.6 out of 5 stars.
"Your colleagues are legitimately smart and always interested in helping you progress your career," one employee writes. "Pay is generous and grows quickly if you do well. Company culture is unparalleled."
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Correction: This story was revised to correct the spelling of Akamai Technologies and the location of Bain & Company's headquarters.