Best IT Companies for Professionals

Emilly Leia

, Blog

In the contemporary corporate world, companies are pretty competitive in offering world-class infrastructure, facilities, and perks to their employees so that they can retain the experienced workforce and attract young talent. Job aspirants looking for a new gig in 2020 might want to administer to some of the best places to work.

Glassdoor recently assembled its annual 100 best companies to work ranking, build on more than 55 million employee reviews for more than 1 million companies on the job site.

Glassdoor announced that 75% of employees say they are OK or satisfied with their present jobs, and the average company assessment on the site is 3.5 on a 5-point scale. But some employees want to explore more in terms of career opportunities, culture and values, effective leadership within senior management, compensation and benefits and work-life balance.

  1. HubSpot

    HubSpot


    High marks in these groups from employees helped HubSpot protected the No. 1 spot for the first time. The marketing and growth platform griped a company rating of 4.6 and has been on Glassdoor’s top-companies list five times previously. While some employees allege rapid speedy and complications in establishing work-life balance as some of the drawbacks to working for HubSpot, others praise the company’s paid family leave (16 weeks for a primary caregiver, unlimited vacation time, and six weeks for a secondary caregiver) and sample health insurance choice as benefits that help them prioritize family and flexibility while working. Additionally, employees who hit their five-year anniversary are given a four-week paid leave of absence with the equivalent of a $5,000 bonus.

    Employee review on Glassdoor:-

    ” HubSpot tries very hard for a truly diverse and  supportive work environment which encourages everyone in bringing their true selves to work.”

  2. Bain & Company

    Bain & Company

    Management consulting firm Bain & Company secures No. 2 position and is one of the only three companies to appear on Glassdoor’s yearly ranking every year since its outset 12 years ago. (The other two companies are Google and Apple, though the two tech biggies don’t make it to the top 10 this year.) With a 97% employee confirmation rating, Bain & Company CEO Manny Maceda is one of the top-rated chief executives in the United States of America, according to Glassdoor’s reviews.

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    Employee review on Glassdoor:

    “The company gives high importance to personal growth as well as skill development of an employee. The supportive work atmosphere is unique and helpful.”

  3. DocuSign

    DocuSign

    DocuSign, an electronic-based company in San Francisco. Reviewers recognize the company’s capability to accentuate cultural values and set the tone from the top, a challenging feat given DocuSign’s global personnel of over 4,000 employees. DocuSign offers a comprehensive asset package for employees and their dependents. DocuSign pays 100% of employee’s medical expenses, dental and vision premiums, dental and vision premiums and over 50% of dependent medical.

    Employee review on Glassdoor:

    “Employees are treated fairly by the company. They are pretty dedicated to the development of their employees, offer them great work-life balance and possess great responsive management officials.”

  4. In-N-Out Burger

    In-N-Out Burger

    There’s a secret to In-N-Out Burger’s accomplishment. It provides a better income facility to the employees. Store managers earn an average yearly income of more than $160,000 by the West Coast Burger business, which is nearly three times the industry average, in accordance with the latest California Sun newsletter.  One of the most unique features of this company is that an applicant is not required to give proof of a college degree or previous management experience. Employees start at a higher than average salary of at least $13 an hour and have the opportunity to move to six figures as a store manager. An architect in California makes about $112,000 a year, while a lawyer earns up to $117,000, in accordance with the jobs site Indeed.

    The burger chain offers benefits including 401(k) plans, and dental and vision coverage for paid vacation, paid vacation, and dental and vision coverage for part- and full-time employees – a rarified package in the fast-food industry. In a Glassdoor rating of the best places to work in 2018, In-N-Out was able to secure the No. 4th position and beat out giant tech companies like Google and Microsoft. It was the only restaurant in the top 50.

    Employee review on Glassdoor:

    “Very flexible scheduling and understanding supervisors. They invest their time and efforts to advance your skills as an employee and help you climb the ladder of growth.”

  5. Sammons Financial Group

    Sammons Financial Group

    Sammons Financial Group (SFG) secured the No. 5th position on Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, recognizing the Best Places to Work in 2019. The Employees’ Choice Awards program, is based completely on the feedback of employees who elect to provide feedback on their jobs, work environments, and companies on Glassdoor, one of the globe’s largest job and hiring sites.

    On Glassdoor’s website, current and old employees voluntarily and namelessly share acumen, opinions, and viewpoints about their work environments by giving a company review, designed to capture a genuine and trustworthy inside look at what a clear-cut job may be like at a particular company. While a company report on Glassdoor, employees are asked to rate their satisfaction, comfort, happiness with key workplace factors, and the company overall like compensation and benefits, senior management, career opportunities, culture and values, senior management, and work/life balance. In addition, employees are asked to characterize the best reasons to work at their companies as well as any drawbacks.

    Employee review on Glassdoor:

    ” At Sammons,  they promote the concept of employee growth plus skill development. At regular intervals of time, they launch programs in place that motivates to be your best you possible.”