The 30 best companies to work for in America right now

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From first glance, it can be difficult to decide if they company you want to work for would be a good fit. It can also be hard to tell whether the company treats employees right. Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards can help.

The annual awards are based entirely on employee feedback and honor companies and leaders around the world. The awards include Best Places to Work and Highest Rated CEOs. Award winners are determined by Glassdoor using feedback from employees over the past year. Employees can complete an anonymous review of their company that captures their overall satisfaction with their job and employer.

Glassdoor applies a proprietary algorithm to the feedback information, considering things like the quality, quantity, and consistency of reviews. Based on this algorithm, here are the 30 best companies to work for in America right now.

#1 – Airbnb

Airbnb

Rating: 4.6/5

Airbnb scored the highest on employee reviews, with comments about having great support from management and flexibility for employees. One current employee wrote, “Airbnb strives to be the best and also keep the needs of all employees top of mind. … The family leave is top notch and you can’t beat the food program.”

#2 – Bain & Company

Bain & Company

Rating: 4.6/5

Bain & Company is one of the world’s leading consulting firms and it treats employees very well. Most employees praise the company for its strong atmosphere promoting learning. One employee explained, “The work is challenging without a doubt but there is true mentorship and learning. Employees are treated very well with significant attention to well-being and growth.”

#3 – Guidewire

Guideware

Rating: 4.5/5

Guidewire is a high-tech software company that was recognized as a 2016 Best Place to Work in the Bay Area for the seventh year in a row. Employees praise the company’s atmosphere. One wrote, “Laid back and relaxed work culture.” Another added, “Great work culture, challenging work, smart people to work with. Everyone’s voice is heard.”

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  • amazing list !!

  • I love this list – working in IT industry means you need to devote a 60 work hour week continuously, which is not easy. So you need to choose your employer wisely. Culture fit is the key factory – diversity, inclusion and also if you can fit yourself into the company’s value framework.